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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of the Sendero Paso Desolación but instead of continuing up and round the volcano, we would cut back down to the lake and return around the shore. Once we cleared the forest at the lakeside, the views of Volcán Osorno and the other mountains surrounding Lago Todos los Santos were amazing.
After an hour or so walking along the path, we came to a dry river bed that would take us back down to the lake. The steep sided river bed was enormous, ...
... Chileans couldn't care less if you bring a gun into the country but God forbid you should have an apple in your handbag!
Not too much to report on Santiago given the short time that we were there and, from my first impression, the lack of particularly interesting things to see. The main plaza and pretty much the only old town attraction was blocked off and covered in scaffolding. At a glance the city is nothing special. This is an opinion based on ...
... to it, everything can be seen on foot, including some of the original German houses that have been kept as a kind of museum. You can go inside them and see how the houses used to be (we actually didn't manage to find one due to the weather). The highlight was meeting some English lads and going on a bit of a pub crawl through the town sampling the local brew. Kunntsmann was actually pretty good, as was a local brew (a golden ale whose name I don't ...
... not so great but entertaining movie “I Hate Valentine’s Day” and had a nap in the comfort of the cabin while Mom and Dad were on their culinary excursion. I hadn’t spent an afternoon like that since I left home on this adventure; it felt completely luxurious. I’ve realized in my travels that being alone in a public place can sometimes make you feel lonely, but being alone in a private place(i.e. your own hotel room) is usually a cherished ...
Heading to Patagonia and taking the ferry to get there was one of the parts of the trip I was looking forward to the most. I don't recall sleeping much the night before to the point that when I got out of bed to check the time, it was time to start getting ready to leave. Navimag required us to check in our luggage between 9-11am to board the ferry at 4pm. I couldn't understand why we'd have to be there so early, but I wasn't going to ask. In any event, I got up, got ready, ...