Cabanas Costa Verde

Address: Torre Blanca 125, Vina del Mar, Chile | Campground
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This campground, located on Torre Blanca 125, Vina del Mar, is near La Sebastiana (Pablo Neruda's House), Plaza Sotomayor, Parliament Building, and Futaleufu River.
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    Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar

    Our week in Renaca

    A travel blog entry by dianeschalke on Feb 14, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... was interesting and included two rides on funiculars to get to the top of several hill communities. Such beautiful vistas. We had a very special 5 star lunch overlooking the water, high on the hill of Cerro Concepcion.

    We felt two tremors this week in Renaca. Apparently, earthquakes are quite common in Chile!

    And before you know it, the week ended and it was time for us to travel to Santiago for the beginning of our three week ...

    Chile Part One: Yes to Naked Coffee, No to Fascism

    A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on May 30, 2014

    105 photos

    ... and perfect as an affordable stomach-liner.

    I kind of hopped around hostels in Valpo, either there weren't lockers, there wasn't room for the following night or there weren't enough showers. One of the hostels had plenty showers, but they were unisex cubicle showers with flimsy curtains. I consider myself a fairly relaxed person when it comes to the mixing of genders at hostels, so this was by no means a problem, until one evening it was. ...

    Casablanca Valley

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 8211; these are becoming very fashionable across the world and we are seeing many of these in Chile. The theory goes that these are a more gentle way to ferment the wine as the concrete is permeable so they breathe, they regulate their own temperature and due to the shape (which is much more like a Georgian Qvevri amphoras) means that the wine does not need pumping over but gently continually rotates extracting colour and phenols. This ...

    The party's over….

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Feb 09, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... and watch the rest of the travelers make their way to seats. After 30 minutes or so, we’re instructed to exit the ship through the starboard gangway. We give our key cards to the security guard to scan for the last time and then we’re off. Once we exit the ship we see walls of containers in front of us. Yes, we’re in a working port in Valparaiso. Yes, the containers are stacked at least 50 feet high. Yes, we cannot see ...

    Shaken by earthquake and rocked by Elvis

    A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Feb 02, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... longest coastline in the world, it will never be Australia!!

    We took a very scary bus ride to Quintay (takes about 45 minutes) which is an old whaling village on the coast. Just the most amazing spot and (guess what) whilst we were there, we had the most delicious fish lunch and watched the catch coming in. The salmon was weighed on the boat and then went straight into the restaurant (see pics). Before we left for Quintay, we walked around ...