Presidente Hotel Puerto Montt
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPresidente Hotel Puerto Montt
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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... stay. I went shopping for pants because I ripped a hole from one end of the ****** to the other. And then I went to a local watering hole to have a pisco sour and try a local cuisine. Thankfully I had a book to read. Then I went back to my hostel and climbed into my below freezing sleeping bag and thought, thankfully this keeps me warm. Traveling alone has it's perks, traveling with someone has it's benefits too. ...
... in our room and some of it in the guest lounge where there were really comfortable sofas, a log fire and better wifi than in our room. We returned to the hotel where we had eaten the evening before, for dinner. Then it was TV and bed time. Such a very hard day! We knew that taking it easy wouldn't do us any harm as we reckoned that the following week and a half in Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands would be ...
... was incredibly crowded probably because it was Good Friday so the beginning of the Easter weekend and lots of locals were going on holiday.
The flight to Puerto Montt was as the previous one had been, mainly over mountains and some volcanoes. The views of the volcano craters were fantastic.
Once we arrived in Puerto Montt we collected our bags and emerged into the arrivals hall to look for our driver. No where to be seen so we waited five minutes or ...
... reggaeton dancer and a mariachi singer/telecommunications engineer. Both were very peculiar. Three Piscolas later, we ended up in California, dancing to disco music with the owner of Avis rent-a-car.
Meanwhile, the Murray-Sykes' made our way down to Punta Arenas for an up close and personal boat ride to see the Magellan penguins, followed by a very interesting discussion about the various animals and conditions found in those waters with the lovely fisherman ...
Picked up at 7.30 to drive from San Pedro back to Calama to get the 10.30 flight to Santiago and then an onward connection to Puerto Montt. Sorry to leave San Pedro. It is completely built on tourism but they do it well and with genuine hospitality. Calama by the way according to Ivan our driver is the richest and the ugliest town in Chile. Both are not disconnected to the fact it is the site of the world's largest copper mine.
Kathleen is ...