Hotel Atton El Bosque
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This hotel is a good 4 star hotel in a handy and safe locality. Close to shopping, transport and good restaurants. Can recommend.
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We arrived early in the morning after a pretty sleepless night (for me! -dad slept like a baby). Spent a few hours sleeping and then walked out to a lovely restaurant for dinner - we were the only non-Chileans there, so it was interesting. Had Erizaz (sea urchin), dad had octopus and i has a great abalone and shrimp, quinoa mix. Looking forward to really starting the adventures tomorrow!
... facing the bay. Great food and atmosphere with the temperature being around 70 degrees today.
We then drove up the coast a bit to another city Vina de Mar. This was obviously a wealthier town with modern condo and apartment buildings. We then had dinner at a local Italian restaurant and headed back to Santiago.
Tomorrow we have a meeting in the morning and will be headed to Buenos Aires in the afternoon. ...
... variety. Turns out due to their weather conditions, their vines do not suffer from fungus or mould.
After we walked through the vines we then saw how they ferment the wine and then store it in either French Oak or American Oak. Then the best part - we got to taste! Actually, they do a very nice Savignon Blanc especially when they use grapes from closer to the coast. I bought a bottle of the Carmenere - just because! The price of ...
... don't put all your eggs in one basket. you win some you lose some. don't make mountains outta mole hills. grab the bull by it's horns. these are all birthday card worthy, in my book. you just never know. i can still see the knife. but life is still good!
i imagine that the boys that robbed us really needed our stuff....perhaps they are on the verge of curing cancer and needed ...
... America. So, it was a pleasure to experience this wine since we don't get to experience it back home in Canada. We also learned the winery was hit hard by the 8.3 earthquake in Chile in February 2010. A few buildings in the processing plant were severely damaged by the earthquake. But, they've since rebuilt! We learned that Undurraga only produces 18 million litres of wine per year while Concha Y ...