Hotel Aranjuez

Bulnes 470, Chillan, Chile | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Bulnes 470, Chillan.
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Travel Blogs from Chillan

Not even "Marriage Ref" could help!

A travel blog entry by andie-todd on Jul 25, 2012

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... food, toys, drinks, you name it! We meandered on down and found ourselves lost in a swirl of loud noise and strong smells- yep, this was a market alright. Scurrying past a bag of wriggling bugs the size of elephants, (a slight exaggeration, but seriously, they were disgusting and HUGE), we set out to buy the essentials- toilet paper was on the top of our list. We were having so much fun checking out the markets that we ...

Ski en juillet

A travel blog entry by sglaude on Jul 22, 2011

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Je suis allé tourner a Chillan pour voir des amis et aller skier a Termas de Chillan. Un très beau temps mais trop de monde pour les télésièges...


I went down south to Chilan to see some friends and for a ski trip. A great day but too many people waiting at the skilifts...
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Rainy Days and Sunday Can't Get Me Down

A travel blog entry by nakiaford on Jul 07, 2009

2 comments, 5 photos

... with us but on the weekends she visits one of her other 3 children that live in Parral. She has a house build just a few minutes’ walk from Jaun’s backdoor. The house is small but very spacious. I have never seen anything like Chilean this homes. You think you are walking into a hut and the next thing you know the room just grows; like walking through the wardrobe to Narnia. With a mega watt smile Jaun shows me his ...

Chillin'

A travel blog entry by sherwoodforest on Jan 31, 2009

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... cars in one of the two lanes in the middle of bridges to get out and take pictures. People are constantly running across the highway with suitcases to catch buses. The speed limit is 120 km/hr (roughly 75mph) and there are cops literally every 15 miles standing on the shoulder with handheld radar guns - and they always have someone pulled over -so far, luckily, not us. ...

Chilin´in Chillan

A travel blog entry by rhyshero on Aug 23, 2008

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... to frostbite is a testimony to her kindness in inviting us to stay the night. Something for which I am truly grateful (particularly given the lack of other houses in the vacinity) and, without wanting to being overly gushy, went a long way to reaffirming my faith in human kindness. I´m not sure how many random punters I would invite to stay in my flat in London if they appeared on my doorstep (having wee´d on the wall in front of my house), cold ...