Petrohué Lodge

Address: Ruta 225, Km 64, Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales, Lake District, 00000, Chile | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ruta 225, Km 64, Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales, is near Teatro Municipal, Instituto Butanta, Museu de Arte Contemporanea, and Lake Esmeralda.
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    Travel Blogs from Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales

    Big City (the biggest in SA)

    A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Mar 01, 2015

    19 photos

    ... regret now), we paid a 20 real tip and departed slightly early to take a metro back to the apartment. We said our goodbyes on the metro to our common buddies and said we would see them one more time in Rio. I won't mention the game, other than I am sorry Gustavo came home early to have to watch that shower of **** of a performance with me. Let's say it really put a downer on my day. We prepared a chicken and vegetable roast for them that went down a treat, accompanied by some ...

    Brazil's Fallen Hero and the Rest of My Life

    A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... that I was Evangelical Christian (read: not Catholic), and she replied with, "Oh Rosa’s Evangelical!" and Rosa replied with, “Eh, kind of. I just go to whatever church is closest, Catholic or Evangelical. My daughter is Evangelical, but they let her wear pants to church. Do they let you wear pants to church?” … Apparently the big difference between Catholic and Evangelical to some people is that Catholic churches let women wear pants, but Evangelical ...

    The Most Exciting Place in the World Today

    A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... chicken and cheese, and Romeo and Julietta) and juices. It was really good. We also got to witness a table of (probably intoxicated) men who would stand up and sing random Brazil songs periodically, usually when they were prompted by other foreigners who would introduce themselves and then film the phenomenon. Next we went to Rua 25 de Marco. It’s a street in Sao Paulo where shops and street vendors sell clothes or things at pretty ...

    São Paulo: Day 1 - Full Day Business Visits

    A travel blog entry by gary.lange on Jun 03, 2013

    69 photos

    ... of the factories, one being lipstick production, one being fragrances, and the other being creams. We also get got a high-up view of the packing production floor, as well as some of the automated filling and robotic packing lines. The most impressive thing I saw at the factory was their fully automated raw material storage tower. It was about as long as a football field, and had four robots that manned it in complete darkness. It had the capability of storing 52,000 pallets, ...

    Eoin's birthday in Sao Paolo

    A travel blog entry by borntorun on Feb 16, 2013

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    Linda treated me to an ultimate man's birthday; football and a Brazilian meat feast! We kicked off the day visiting the Vila Madelena area of Sao Paolo which is a trendy bohemian kind of place with quirky little shops and cafes. A highlight was the street art at Beco do Batman, or batman's alley. In the afternoon we visited the Estadio de Pacembu which was the biggest stadium in Latin America in its day. Built in the forties, it's a bit of an art deco masterpiece. It's got ...