Canto Del Mar Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... This is the only vineyard in Chile planted over pure limestone soil. Whole bunch crushed, fermented in barrels on older French oak with battonage for 11 months. No mallolactic.
Pale straw coloured, clear and bright. White mushroom, minerals, salty nose unlike any other C******nay we had seen so far, very Burgundian. A hit of butteryness behind this. Big buttery palate, textured and integrated with good acidity and great ...
... the food only by sunlight. The food is cooked with a stove, but instead of using fire, mirrors reflect the sunlight onto the food. The food was good and surprisingly hot.
Last night, we took advantage of the lack of ...
... and one night her tents blew down in 40 mph winds! They have four Celestron 8 inch telescopes monitoring the same bright star through different filters.
The actual observing for the night went very smoothly. We are starting to get the hang of this! Hernan even said I was a good student, so great success. We looked at asteroids 32615 and 1870 tonight, trying to fill our lightcurves in more.
All in all a good day!
... running off!
We headed to Santiago for one night to have a drink with Gonzalo from Nesst and we only talked social enterprise for a short while, much to my relief! Then next morning the bus to La Serena.
We had read good things about our hostel and it definitely lived up to the hype. It is probably the nicest place we've stayed so far. It's tiny - 3 double rooms and 2 dorms - and has a big dining table that fits nearly everyone around for ...
... name of the star you wanted and a "Go To" button which automatically moved the telescope to face that star! The talk about the stars was much more scientific than before and we had more time to attempt pictures of the night sky. The Milky Way was there (if not as clear as San Pedro) and there were plenty of stars to see which combined nicely with the glow of the town below. I was extremely happy that after alot of trying my camera was actually able to get a picture of the ...