Hosteria de la Colina

Address: Las Colinas 115, Villarrica, Lake District, Chile | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Las Colinas 115, Villarrica.
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    Travel Blogs from Villarrica

    Introduction to Chile's Lake District

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Aug 15, 2014

    66 photos

    ... Chile was turning out to be one of our favourite places in South America! Pucon was our first true experience in the Lakes District. We stayed here just over four days, in which time we enjoyed the quaint, beautiful (and touristy) little town situated beside a monstrous lake, and her surroundings which were utterly spectacular.

    Given that we were in the Lakes District, we ventured out (with new friends Evan (California) ...

    Pucon, Chile

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Apr 17, 2014

    18 photos

    After an un eventful bus ride watching Dexter we arrived to a gorgeous day in the town of Pucon. A nice guy at the bus station pointed us in the direction of our hostel and we happily picked up our bags in search of adventure. Pucon is famous for the Villarrica Volcano which is a must climb if you are in the area. It is the second most active volcano in Chile and has snow at the top all year round. It is also a ski field in winter. On a good day you can look into the crater and see ...

    Crossing the Andes

    A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Jan 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... forever. Back on the bus, the vehicle moved into the customs shed. All the bags were removed from the bus and passed through scanners. Our hand-luggage was examined and our delicious dried fruit confiscated. Sniffer dogs ran their eagled-eyed noses over everything. The whole process took about two and a half hours.

    We then started our descent into Chile. It had not seemed as though we were climbing up the Andes but quite obviously we ...

    Fire and Ice

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Nov 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... more icy and windier. It was difficult due to it being so foreign but probably easier than the dirt for the reason the shoes came into their own with the help of the crampons. We had ascended 800 metres of the 1400 to the summit before a disappointing decision was made. Despite the sun being out it was deemed too windy to continue and therefore we would have to turn back. It would have been nice to say we had conquered a volcano but we were happy that safety came first and ...