Hotel Isla Rey Jorge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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... are channels, they are a little like fjords.
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... glacier which is now an island in the lake! It is melting that much and faster every year It was a three hour round trip. They served us whiskey sours made with ice from the glacier We then drove back a 3 hour drive to Punta Arenas. Long day and itsjust getting dark at 11and ...
... huge cylindrical free standing hedges. It feels a little like a frontier town but not desolate. The weather is cooler and I,m wearing my padded jacket but its not really cold, the sun shines from time to time and is quite warm. A relief to be out of the heat, pollution and crowds of Santiago. Tomorrow a bus to Peurto Natales in the afternoon, my trek to Torres del Paine NP starts from there on 2nd January. I,ll have New Years Day in Peurto ...
... and flora and fauna coming in to the country. I told one of them I had a bag full of food: empanadas, sandwiches, fruit juice, cake and bananas. Whilst others had their food confiscated, we were waived through!
The road on the Chilean side was "ripio", that is dust and stones. We could hear the odd stone bouncing off the bus. The windscreen had a stone guard visor but was already severally cracked.