Hotel Isla Rey Jorge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Isla Rey Jorge Punta Arenas
There's even a shoe polishing and sewing kit in the bathroom. Wonderfully Victorian hotel.
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We had some free time in Puerto Varas so Christine and I went for a walk around the town. I could never get tired of looking at the painted, shingled houses or the view out to the lake. We visited the market again, then I went to Dane's cafe for an excellent cup of coffee and raspberry torte. Very German! At the airport I asked for a window seat, …
... see the whites in the ocean, the waves were big.
A lazy morning. After breakfast, we went to a talk by the magician which was very entertaining! Then we came back to the room and got online - very slow, probably everyone was trying to get online.
The ship anchored before 1pm. We had a quick lunch and went down to the theater room to get the tender tickets. We were down there around 12:35, but for the independents (people ...
... t have a license. David did manage to buy a 3 pack of their beers to taste later.
The beer was a little on the warm side so it was dropped off at the hostel and put in the fridge for later. We headed backed into town once again, this time to buy bus tickets for the trip to Puerto Natales tomorrow. With the transport sorted out, we could now finally go in search of a cold beer. Bars in Punta Arenas seemed to be few and far between, but we had read about the Shackleton ...
Finally able to have a lie in then headed off to book my bed
on the ferry in a week, before getting the bus to Punt Arenas. Was a pretty
dull but quiet ride with only one dead guanaco, a few rhea and flamingos to
break the monotony. Not seen rheas stuck on the fence so either they jump
better or are not stupid enough to attempt it.
Punta is nicely set on ...
... Argentina and what is known as the world’s most southernmost city. At 7:00 a.m. we enter the Beagle Channel and a string of five (5) glaciers. Get the camera ready. Once we sail through these we’ll be arriving into Ushuaia (pronounced u-shwey-a) around 11:00 a.m.
We’re at Day 29 on the cruise so we have seven days left before we hit Buenos Aires. I can’t believe how easy it’s been to be onboard here. ...