Club La Serena Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... geared solely towards tourists which hikes the already exorbitant prices up even higher and is crawling with tour agencies. We took just one tour, late one afternoon, to a lagoon that has a high salt content, enabling you to float like in the Dead Sea. The tour also involved stopping at a couple of other small lagoons in the middle of the desert and finished at a small salt flat with volcanoes in the backdrop, where we watched the sun set with a couple of Pisco sour cocktails. ...
... walked towards the town centre, past couple of churches and through some nice streets with shops and cafes, to Plaza de Armas, the main square. A little further on we arrived at Mercado La Recova which now has handicrafts stalls on the ground floor and food stalls upstairs which are not recommended by locals.
Next to the Mercado was a supermarket, we seemed to be drawn into the shop and walked the aisles without buying anything, just marveling at all the ...
... were shown Saturn and Mars through the telescope, and some stars and nebulas from other galaxies. We had some very imaginative constellations shown to us as well as the llamas in the Milky Way, which the Mapuches, Quechuas and Molles used to look upon with wonder every night.
The following day, after exploring the outskirts of Pisco, jumping barbed wire fences and wandering the farmlands on my own little mission, I visited the Mistral ...
... We walked around, tried to take some jumping photos and then got an ice cream. I for the first time, paid to use the bathroom, which was surprisingly clean. We all had lunch at this very cool almost mederteranian cafe. If I owned a cafeteria, I'd like it to look like this! After a little bit more walking, we caught the bis back to La Serena. It was an exhausting ride back and I felt kinda bummed because I was very dehydrated and Ash ...
... into the mountains, the sky cleared and it was pleasantly, sopophorically hot. The town of Elqui was small and touristic, and it is home to Mistral, one of the major producers of Chilean pisco. We found a place to lunch before our distillery tour, tried pastel de choclo (literally, corn pie) and cazuela de ave (a chicken stew), and had our first Chilean pisco sour. It has less liquid than the Peruvian pisco sour, and no egg whites that we ...