Hotel Cristobal Colon

Address: Colon 371, La Serena, Chile | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Colon 371, La Serena, is near Elqui Valley, Avenida del Mar, Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, and Casa Pinera.
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      Travel Blogs from La Serena

      Looking 200,000 light years in to the past

      A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Jan 07, 2015

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      ... we could have been back in Italy.
      But of course, along with all of these nice changes, comes a price increase. Chile is certainly the most expensive South American country we have visited. However we are expecting Brazil to change that.


      So our main reason to visit Vicuņa ...

      Chilean Independance day and the best seafood

      A travel blog entry by lamd on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... same sky as Chile (southern hemisphere), most of the stars we could see were the same at home.

      The next day (18 September) was independence day for Chile. We were told the best place to go was the festival in Coquimbo. After getting directions from the hostel, we got the bus there. The festival was a weird mix of a carnival and a giant flee market. We walked around the entire area in a couple of hours and grabbed some meat for ...

      A Champagne Supernova in the sky

      A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Mar 29, 2014

      37 photos

      ... our wincing, coughing and teary eyes as we attempted to stomach this questionable refreshment. Ordering two bottles of crisp lemonade to accompany our Pisco, we were able to enjoy our drinks with less spluttering. This concoction reminder us both of teenager years drink Smirnoff Ice, although we got a few disapproving looks from nearby tables. Shaking the pisco from our heads, we boarded a bus north to Bahia Ingles, to what is possibly the most beautiful beach I've ever been ...

      Town in the valleys

      A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Sep 03, 2013

      ... looking at different constellations and stars though, to be honest, it was pretty difficult to tell the difference between a orange star and a red star - they all looked pretty similar to me though you could just make out the differences... on some of them... After getting an unexpectdly good demonstration in nazca I felt that this did not offer much more but was still a fun experience in ...

      A Pisco Valley and More Astronomy

      A travel blog entry by kirsty.md on Jun 05, 2013

      ... on one of the hills above town. Elqui Valley holds a number of world class observatories, most of which you can only visit on a Saturday, during the day but a couple, including the one I went to offer tours showing you the night sky. The experience of stargazing here was very different to that in San Pedro. For a start it was much warmer! We were inside one of the white telescope domes and the telescope was more high tech; it had a GPS remote control attached to it that let you type ...