Club La Serena Hotel

Address: Avda. Del Mar 1000, La Serena, Chile | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avda. Del Mar 1000, La Serena, is near La Recova Municipal Market, Fray Jorge National Park, Gabriel Gonzalez Videla Museum, and Iglesia Santo Domingo.
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Travel Blogs from La Serena

Stargazing

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 07, 2014

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... of juice and alfajores (like a soft biscuit with chocolate and caramel). Along with the rest of our sushi from earlier, it was a great snack.

All the bus groups were put together and split into English & Spanish guided, fortunately the English speaking group was much smaller. The actual stargazing tour started promptly at 9pm with a warning. It was, for intents and purposes, a full moon and a very bright full moon at that. Whilst that looked ...

Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 21, 2014

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... 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 ...

The wheels on the bus go round and round

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 14, 2014

... attacking my seat with his knees. Despite having enough leg room to park a transit van he insists on hauling his knees up and digging them into my chair. I've got two large bottles of water wedged into my hip as the over head rack has no lip to stop items rolling off. They've already fallen down twice almost killing the two month old baby in front of me.

Another twelve hours...

“Oh my god, we made it, we're here” ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by tsundy on Mar 17, 2014

... laundry done - but being the cheapass I am, I didn't want to pay 2000 CHP per kg. Afterwards we caught a bus to Coquimbo to see the Cruz del Tercer Miliu (sp?) cross. We took a very long walk afterwards through the windy streets down the hill. Coquimbo reminded me of certain parts of Durban. Lots of rubbish littered the streets. Very hilly. Lots of houses missing due to what seemed like the ground beneath it crumbling. And lots of dog poop. But the views down this hill were ...

La Sarena and the Elqui Valley

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Feb 25, 2014

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Lori:

We said good bye to our guide, Juan, our driver, Marcus, and to Bolivia when we were dropped off at the Chilean border in the high desert planes, literally in the middle of nowhere. There was a hut, a fire pit that we peed in and several buses waiting to fill up with passengers headed to San Pedro de Atacama, one hour's ride, all downhill, to a town in the middle of the world's driest desert. Once there, we used the day to take care of some business ...