Hotel Boutique CasaEstablo
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Boutique CasaEstablo Pucon
Travel Blogs from Pucon
... for an excuse when I was in school, anytime something I did got me in trouble with my parents, inevitably I would scream out "I have a learning disability". I've never been one to shy from the dramatics. There is a reason I'm telling you this and I'll get to it now. So I actually do get this anxiety with groups, if we are eating dinner and I'm finished first (yea...direct opposite, but it still applies) or when I had my exam in India to get certified to teach, I knew I ...
... same breakfast which indicates quite a lot in common I would say. We are collected by the guide who takes us to another hostel to collect our gear. Each of us has our own backpack which contains waterproof trousers, jacket, chaps, gloves, ice spike shoes, an ice pick and a funny looking bed pan! We set off for Villarica volcano and the weather conditions are ideal according to our guides.
Villarica is an active, snow capped volcano rising 2,820m above sea level. It ...
... up Rosario left me to wander the town and find my way to the lake. The beach by the lake was very busy, every one apparently making the most of the particularly hot weather after work. There was a large market nearby stacked full of the 'artesanal' products I'd come to expect of the Chilean lake district -ponchos and other knitted items, caved wooden ducks and spoons, and then the more global trinkets such as keyring, earrings and fridge magnets. I'd managed ...
... later on. And on the way back we decided to go and see Salto Bellavista, which is a waterfall. We had an uphill run for 2 kilometers all the way to the waterfall. It took some time. But it felt like a good reward going back down again, cause the waterfall wasn't that great. The dirt road back home was pretty intense, going up and down all the time, but it was a nice scenery. The river next to us at some points and the ...
... experts we are! We ended our stay in Pucon with a typical Chilean BBQ, put on by the lovely hostel we were staying in, which felt like a second home. Something you really make the most of when you are travelling for so long. They cooked chorizo sausage with salsa and bread and some fine steak. There was enough food to feed a small army, and of course, all washed down with Chilean red wine! It was the perfect end to a really enjoyable few days in Pucon.