Villarica Park Lake Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Villarica Park Lake Hotel Pucon
Travel Blogs from Pucon
... and it would only save me a few kilometres. Instead I sped along good roads often at 30kph. I had made 90k in time for a late lunch and so Panguipulli was easily manageable. I found a room at the first hospedaje I tried, which was cheap and basic, like me. Panguipulli was bustling but not that appealing. It had a nice bay and beach. As it was St Valentine's day, I ate early in a bar. I could not face the romantic music in the restaurants. I was still subjected to cringeworthy ...
... We ate ice cream and handmade chocolates, ran away from a street musician who had a terrible voice and looked for a perfect place to take pictures of the volcano at sunset. We had the feeling we needed some proteins again and so we bought meat at the supermarket and fried it on the camp stove. It had the consistency of a shoe sole, but still it was so good to eat meat again.
We started our hike up the volcano Villarrica the next day at 7 am. Our ...
... a pul hodinové cestě se dostaneme bez problémů do Puerto Montt. Autobus zase najede na trajekt. Pote co se dostaneme do Puerta Montt zjistíme, ze jen jedna společnost má prime spoje do Puconu a už mají plno. Jelikož jsme si prozřetelně zarezervovali ubytovaní v Puconu a nechceme přijít o deposit rozhodneme se, ze pojedeme trochu delší trasu přes Valdivia. To znamená, ze pojedeme dvěma autobusy místo jednoho a bude to ...
... did look glorious with the little bit of sunshine that we had. We thought we would try and go into the caves but with prices ridiculously high and with absolutely no one around we decided to leave that for another time............. A short drive to the town of Villarica and a lovely cake and hot chocolate followed by a walk around the handicraft markets and then back to Pucon for a meal of lamb ...
... We had planned to leave Chile after Pucon and travel over the Andes to Argentina where there are some more activity-based towns within the Lake District. However, I found (and got quite excited by) a ranch offering 1/2 to 9 day tours by horseback in the area. The ranch had a four day tour leaving just in time for us to return and make our flight to Patagonia so, after negotiating a bizarrely long queue at the bank, we were picked up and whisked into the countryside to ...