Cabanas Hostal del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsCabanas Hostal del Mar La Serena
Antigo, caro para o que oferece, café da manhã pobre com serviço lento, mas é bem localizado...
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cabanas Hostal del Mar La Serena
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... we walked uphill in search of breakfast. The sun was again shining of this picturesque Andean village. The first place we tried that advertised breakfast was bereft of human activity but fiercely guarded by a small but vociferous dog. The poor thing was being very brave as it was obviously very frightened of Ben, who towered over it. In fact, it was a blessing that this place was closed because this meant that we tried another establishment closer to ...
On the way into La Serena it was easy to notice that not only was the town was a bit bigger than the other places we had visited in Chile so far but it was also much more developed (westernised some may say). There was a huge mall just next to the bus station and other huge department stores. Although it was nice to see and felt more like home, we were pretty glad that we had booked a hostel on ...
... organized and resting up. We took showers and then headed out to walk around the town and find a tour to visit Isla Damas, the penguin reserve that brought us to La Serena in the first place. The town of La Serena is very nice, bustling but not super busy. We visited a few different tour companies before deciding that one called Ecoturismo sounded good and would pick us up right from the hostel. We booked that and then headed to get some lunch. There was ...
... dans un bus de 23 heures vers le désert d'Atacama et San Pedro
Because of the snowstorm we got stuck in Punta Arenas, but after a day of a delay we finally got to flyover the Andes for four hours to get to Santiago.
Through our experience we have learnt that big cities is not really our thing, so we didn't spend much time in Santiago. Instead, we rented a car and went ...
The full bed seats didn't actually fold down to horizontal beds as I had heard from other travelers (I brought this up in my last blog), closer to a 120 degree angle with your legs also elevated up. They were large leather seats, provided with a blanket and pillow, but I barely got any sleep into La Serena due mainly to bumpy roads and being cautious of thieves, which are fairly common. I showed up in La Serena and waited in the lounge ...