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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Am frühen Morgen ging es direkt nach dem Frühstück von Puerto Natales nach Punta Arenas. Es ist die südlichste Kontinentalstadt der Welt und liegt direkt an der Magellanstraße - der Wasserpassage vom Atlantik in den Pazifik, die vor fast 500 Jahren von Magellan entdeckt wurde. Wir fahren mit dem Auto auf der "Straße ans Ende der Welt", denn kurz …
... not going with the ship's excursions), there were already 60 people before us. Of course the ship gave priority to the people who were on the ship organized excursions. Then if the tender had room, they would call the independents by their tender ticket color. We had orange colored tender tickets and did not get on the tender until close to 1:30. I was worried that our tour guide and the other 4 people were waiting, but there was nothing ...
... the dock to a taxi rank and agree with a driver on a one hour city tour for fifty dollars US. We're all fluent, but unfortunately in different languages, Raulo in fairness has enough command of the English language that when accompanied with hand gestures, he gets his information across. Turns out he used to be in the navy as they were having a bit of a spat with the Argentinians, they were friends, then they were not and now they are ...
... are paid to maintain each grave. It is a lovely and restful place. We leave the cemetery and head up to a vantage point above the city where we can see the colorful roofs of the houses, the Strait of Magellan, and the Tierra del Fuego. We take a few photos at the viewpoint and look out over the city. Our last stop of the trip is to the Plaza de Armas, the square in downtown with a statue of Magellan on top of cannon. At his feet are ...
... summer, it was very cold and windy and we later came to find out, balmy for them as a norm. We took a walk along the waterfront and checked out some cool artwork, fountains and grossly polluted beach. Some guy was fishing so that must have made it just fine. Off in the distant large ships were anchored and a vast view and open world showed up giving rise to what lay ahead. Thanks to the lack of ozone, Nathan managed ...