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Carlos Anwandter 337, Valdivia, Lake District, 56, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Carlos Anwandter 337, Valdivia.
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    ...and some other citytitas as well

    A travel blog entry by valdiviandother on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... br>
    Today was a pretty sunny day as well. I was told spring is coming because the trees are finally blooming.
    We reached an awesome amount of 15 degrees C. Fiestaaaaa :D. No, but seriously. First time it was not cold outside :)).

    Because of that and because he needed to do some things (and because I had (actually still have - damn you good weather ;) ) a headache) Senor Ramos took me on a road trip to the coast. ...

    City Tour with Señor Ramos

    A travel blog entry by valdiviandother on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... some things to me. In Spanish. I was shocked I could understand her.
    She also went outside the backdoor with me to show me two cabaņas where two chilean students are living, "dos chicos".
    And she also told her husband not to speak German with me, because I have to be able to speak to chilean guys ;) (did I say they are awesome???).

    I also got the Wifi password which was directly followed by an instant fixation on my phone. What can I say, I miss ...

    Driving through the Lake District in Chile

    A travel blog entry by binni on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... the latest James Bond. They might be gutted if they miss the bus by a minute or 2.

    But this is life in the middle of the Lake District in Chile, beautiful landscapes and slow pace!
    In Valdivia, a coastal town in the Lake District, the main attraction is a colony a sea lions that hangs out outside the fish market hoping to get unsold fish at the end of the day. Local fishermen sell sea lions lunch boxes, full of leftover ...


    A travel blog entry by lindb on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... and cheese - I need vegetables! The sun is shining again but as the elections are taking place the not much is happening around town. We wander out and do find that the Anthropology Museum across the river is open. It's a small Museum, depicting life in the 1700 - 1800's in Chile. The museum rooms and artefacts are explained in English/Spanish and German in the downstairs section only, it was a shame that the Mapucho exhibits upstairs, there is only Spanish ...

    Day 6 - Fishy smell

    A travel blog entry by chilegroup on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... food was great, especially the lobster, it was amazing, it made us forget about the smell. After that we visited the Republic square and also some local shops where we bought presents to our families.
    At 6.40 pm we were back at the hotel. We were really tired so we had a nap. Later, we set off for Santiago.