Presidente Hotel Puerto Montt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Quarto muito espaçoso e bem instalado. Desjejum de boa qualidade, atendimento cordial e profissional. Gostaríamos de ter voltado a ele, mas estava lotado com um congresso.
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... very dry this summer and the water was quite low - it must be spectacular with lots of water.
Stopped for lunch at a restaurant near Ensenada - soup, salmon and semolina pudding - very nice (included in tour). There were at least 3 bus loads there at the same time. Lots of plants in the garden there could have been in a NZ garden. The whole area reminded of NZ, The farms similar - dairy, wild ...
... summer, but they are also busy planting up lots of bedding plants along the road sides, with Pansies, &Godesia, so not sure what the winters are like here...obviously mild! Plenty of Gunner around and the most amazing deep purple hydrangea. The town is famous for its beautiful beaches and its architecture influenced by the Germans. The Germans were obviously better at getting there fellow men to come over here than the ...
... American bumb bag. We were all a bit annoyed by a man who took this local tour with no cash ( not even US) so we had to do a tour of ATMs - his card appeared not to work either, in the end after dropping us at the market the tour guide took him alone to seek further ATMs - a lesson for all - when taking local tours have cash. There is a modern part of town, but being Sunday, not worth ...
... Mathias of GV Tours ($80US p.p. – 7 hour tour) takes us for a quick run through Puerto Montt on our 28-passenger bus - and then we head to the Bavarian styled village of Fruitillar which overlooks Chile’s largest lake – Lake Llanquihue (lan-kee-way). From there we head to a smaller town Puerto Varas (known as the City of Roses)
After lunch, we headed for the Vincente Perez Rosales National Park and the Petrohue Falls ...
We left the hotel just before 9:30 for the drive to the quay in Puerto Montt. Once we left Puerto Varas we joined a dual carriageway which was part of a toll road. From what we have seen of the road infrastructure here in Chile it is very good but many of the major roads are funded by tolls. Within 15 minutes we were in the outskirts of Puerto Montt but then we had to make our way down through the town to the port area. Once there it was then about another 10 minutes before we ...