Jose Nogueira

Bories Street 959, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

Mountains, Wildlife and History in Southern Chile

A travel blog entry by cherub94


... all seafood is closely monitored here. Our next mission, is to visit the Torres del Paine, a truly magnificent and harsh landscape compared to the dull flat fields we've seen so far. To do this we must take a three hour bus to Puerto Natales (another main town in this area) it is very similar to Punta Arenas in its simplicity and cold weather. Before we hike the next morning we have a memorable meal in a restaurant named Afrigonia. It is a mixture of African and Chilean cuisine. ...

Puerto Arenas & Antartica

A travel blog entry by ewtodd


... winds. Chileans settlers came here in 1843. Cattle, mining, oil and tourism are some of the industries. Sheep were imported from the Falklands and now 2 million shepp are raised and exported throughtout So. America. Between 1957-59 The Antartic treaty was signed and only 28 countries ahve voting rights but there are 80 countries that are members.
We had to wait on the but for our tender to arrive and once we got back on board it was a cup of tea and bed.

Day 3-5 Sailing. Way down South...

A travel blog entry by boothbj

... to say this cruise is exactly like I thought it would be. The scenery is rugged, wild, beautiful and barren. Every now and then we spot a sail boat moored or a rickety house staking a claim to either Chile or Argentian. It's not a Caribbean illusions, but its quite marvellous when you think how this land was discovered and settled. We are now in Argentina, ready for the next phase of our journey.

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  • Love Me Tender

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz


    We arrive at 7:00 a.m. in Punta Arenas and anchor off the coast. It appears the port is not deep enough for the ship. Either that or the port itself cannot accommodate the ship. Either way, we will tender into town. Oh BOY! Today is our first (and hopefully our last) tender ride of the trip. Tenders are the name given to the lifeboats when they are used for something other than rescue. Doesn't matter what you call them, we all know ...

    Almost There

    A travel blog entry by nate-n-amy


    ... where we would have stayed in Punta. But, it was clean, comfortable, the food was good, the people very nice and if you so desired, had a casino where you could throw away your pesos (about 500 to one US dollar). Then there was the little hot chocolate cafe that was inside the hotel as well. Yum yum. No, not Mr. Yum Yum. More on that later.

    We got settled, then headed out for a walk around town. Despite this ...

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    This 3 star hotel, located on Bories Street 959, Punta Arenas, is near Fort Bulnes and Munoz Gamero Square.
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