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Muelle de Carga, Punta Arenas
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  • Do you walk around the city caught in the total absence of life and remotely interesting things and you end up on the coast, you see? A horrible Beach and a dock full of birds... And what do you do? A photo at the pier. But that doesn't mean that it is nice, because you miss Meanwhile mental accounts of the time that you have to be in that city
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  • Although the view of the Strait is imposing missing attractive, only there is a wildebeest-coffee-lease bikes that the two times I went was closed. Maybe have some craft Center, sales of coffee or something it would be more attractive, since there is nothing there.
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  • the old docks have become home to thousands of blue-eyed Shags, gulls, and other pa´jaros that are left to photograph as one walks along the rambla.
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