Apart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
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We left Pucon on a rainy Saturday morning. We'd been fortunate with the weather so far on the trip, but on the morning we said goodbye to Connie (our host - very friendly woman who'd sorted out our issues with the car hire company for us. She seemed to spend off-season having all-night WarCraft parties and sleeping late) there was a thunderless storm. We'd picked up a couple of bargain-bin CDs for the drive, among them, Jamiroquai's ...
... present, with particularly fine displays of Mapuche Indian artifacts and household items from early German settlements.
Or so says Lonely Planet. I wouldn't know because, just as in Argentina, the vast majority of the descriptions for the exhibits was in Spanish. Memo to gosouthamerica.com. If you want to increase tourism, please give some consideration to the fact that English is the most ...
... took a few pictures but I should have taken a video of this amazing show. I may go back tomorrow as we head out to our new place. Took a 30 minute ferry in the afternoon to visit the Old Fort in Corral and enjoyed a little walk around the town before coming back to Neibla. Our cabana is between Niebla and Valdivia, came back for a glass of white wine and ...
... After the picturesque ferry ride back from Niebla, we took some advice from the day before and went to the Kunstmann Brewery (an unfortunate name yes but great beer). We also decided to order the recommendation, a beer degustation and a dish called Crudo (local speciality) to go with. The beer came out and all was well - 10 varieties in oversized shot glasses - and then came the Crudo. It turns out that Crudo is a side of onions, pickled chilli and ...
... Goonies but with only 24 hours to explore we looked around and found lots of ships but no One-Eyed Willie. One of my main objectives was to visit the Kunstmann Brewery which has, in my opinion, the finest cervezas in all of South America. It's a little ways out of town but was definitely worth the trip. Great beer and huge amounts of German food. Spent ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
The Hotel is walking distanz to Downtown and , pretty old , the Lady Owner keep a lot of plant in Hallways and common Aera which softens the old rundown image somewhat
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