Cabanas Hostal del Mar
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- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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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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... where we were, it was the worst possible thing for star gazing because it made the stars harder to see.
We headed straight up to the telescope in the dome and were a bit surprised to find out that all the 'stars' (which include planets and moons) were recorded with GPS coordinates. By punching a code into a keypad, the telescope would automatically rotate and adjust it's viewing angle to be perfectly aligned with the star.
The telescope ...
... walking to a seafood place that was recommended to us, instead of walking all the way back. Another 1-1.5 hours later we finally found the seafood spot. Turned out to be a really sweet spot, and the seafood was to die for. This place was the highlight of La Serena... even though it was actually in Coquimbo. After stuffing our faces was fish and chips, we caught a bus back to our hostel and got ready for our overnight bustrip.
... as well, though not much saving on the tour price, and a hassle getting a seat on both the micro and the boat – need a minimum of 8 per boat and the minibus was oversubscribed, so had to pay 5k each way.
The scenery was cacti and desert all the way to the village famous for it's olives and oil – sadly over 5km from the port, so no time to stop in what was a pretty and ancient looking village. Saw some distant guanacos, my only ...
... clear that we were going to an observatory regardless of any excuses, even if it was bloody cloudy we wanted to see the telescope. So in a frosty silence the guide frantically called up anyone he could to try and secure us a trip. Success was achieved and we headed off on another long drive to the Observatorio Mamalluca.
We wound our way up the twisting road above Vicuņa and almost at the top there was an odd sound from the bus ...
... pollo viennas. After cleaning up, the guy seemed to really like us - and took us up their sode of the apartmen to the top floor. The view was beautiful but the roof was chilly! We then headed to bed. I finally tried on my pants and not gonna lie - wish I hadn't bought my diaper pants and got my laundry done instead! They looked bad on me and I flash my underwear in them. Not cool. Rach and I did planning and then we went to bed. The best was so clean, comfy and warm! Had a very good night ...