Hotel Boutique Ignacia Villoria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Boutique Ignacia Villoria Puerto Varas
Great view from the breakfast room over Largo Llanquihue and el centro.
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... write on Trip Advisor but failed to find it. However we did find Dales- a bakery cafe and had the biggest pork, avocado and tomato sandwich and very nice empanadas for lunch. Back to the hotel for a relax, off to the airport at 5:00, takeoff at 7:00 and arrived about 8:30, then back to Hotel Galerias where we stayed last ...
... the internet we still haven't found out why. We solved that by putting everything in one large box and posting it all to France. Once there Barbara can get Sue's things to her. Then came a difficulty. Barbara was asked for her passport number as everything had to have a personal identification number on it. Her passport was in the safe in the hotel room and she had forgotten to carry a photocopy with her. All Chilean nationals would have to give ...
... the trees in silence. There really is something magical about the experience. Up stream he has to use a small outboard motor against the current. I wondered how he could have the time to take people out himself what with his other commitments but I think he loves the place so much he goes for himself and just allows you to go with him.
When we get back Felipe takes us to see the animal centre. A new much bigger one is under construction. There are various rare birds ...
... dramatic valley of steep rainforest hillsides. We followed the road, all of which was smooth volcanic black sand, until finally reaching Lago Todos Los Santos. Here, after some photos and rock skipping, we gazed across the lake imagining future days that will be spent over the mountains in Argentina.
Retracing our detour up the valley, we headed back down to visit Petrohue Falls before returning to ...
... making a few phone calls. I thought we were just going to get a few quick pictures from this (south) end of the bridge, but there was much more to see. We went in the gift shop to browse. On top of the typical trinket souvenirs, you could buy pretty much any household item you could think of with the Golden Gate Bridge logo or famous “International Orange” color…you know refrigerator magnets, cuff links, salad tongs, toilet paper roll ...