Sociedad De Turismo Rio Serrano

Address: Ignacio Carrera Pinto 710, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, 00000, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ignacio Carrera Pinto 710, Punta Arenas, is near Fort Bulnes and Munoz Gamero Square.
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    Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

    Double Day 1

    A travel blog entry by carol55 on Nov 01, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... some such as the home of Sarah Hamburger beautifully maintained, the British Club where Shackleton stayed whilst equipping a rescue mission for his men, lots of street names with 'Jorge' or 'Munoz', colourful markets, the Adventist church which is called a 'temple', great phone booths and rubbish bins, dogs everywhere, beautiful but faded murals on buildings, a gazillion Americans from ...

    Non-Flight to the Falkland Islands

    A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Feb 06, 2014

    ... this flight clearance process. Apparently you can avoid their airspace by flying south to intersection HORNO (a third of the way to Antarctica) then turning east – a very long way around. It would have been interesting to visit the Falklands because my plane will probably never be in this part of the world again, but I had no burning desire to go there. I forgot about flying to the Falklands and turned my attention a flight north and ...

    P-p-p- pick up a penguin!

    A travel blog entry by nloon on Feb 03, 2014

    18 photos

    ... the colour scheme on the inside of Ryanair planes!! :D Anyway, back to the penguins! We stopped off at a little museum in a place called Puerto Porvenir, nice little museum about the Indians who used to live in Tierra del Fuego before "white man" arrived and basically wiped them all out; and about the first explorers of Antarctica. Actually, at the docks in Punta Arenas they also have some info on the first explorers, all of the really famous ...

    Thursday, January 30, 2014

    A travel blog entry by edhamilton on Jan 30, 2014

    ... about the area while all we wanted to do was get out of the weather. Finally we started our hike down the trail. The "trail" was extremely primitive. It was mostly mud, it was very steep in some places, and the only good part was since we were now in the woods of sorts, the wind wasn't hitting us quite as bad. Some parts of the trail were extremely steep and slippery because of the mud, and at one point my feet went right out from under me and I landed on my backside on a ...

    Glaciers, Fjords and Penguins

    A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jan 15, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... Arenas. The 130,000 people who live here consider themselves first as Magallanicos (after Ferdinand Magellan who discovered the place in 1520) and second as Chileans.

    The California Gold Rush initially nurtured the port of Punta Arenas, which further developed with wool and mutton in the 19th century. Today the city attracts fishing vessels from the South Atlantic as well as Antarctic research and cruise ships. ...