Costa Real

Address: Avda. Franciso de Aguirre 170, La Serena, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avda. Franciso de Aguirre 170, La Serena, is near Archaeological Museum, Damas Island, La Serena's Cathedral, and Gabriel Gonzalez Videla Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... the food so we headed for the Japanese Garden. It cost 1,000 pesos each to get in but it was worth the money. The garden had been designed and built by Japanese people from Tokyo so it was very authentic and well maintained.

    Across the road from the Japanese Garden was Parque Pedro de Valdivia with a small 'zoo'. There were cages with a desert fox, guanacos, sheep, giant tortoise, emu, ostrich and sadly condors too. The cages were way too small for ...

    Chilean Independance day and the best seafood

    A travel blog entry by lamd on Sep 19, 2014

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    We arrived in La Serena after a long bus ride from Valparaiso. The overall bus ride experience was good, however due to the independence day long weekend booking accommodation and transport was a little difficult and left little options.

    Overall we didn't enjoy La Serena. The area was a little bit grubby, and I don't think the bad weather helped.

    During our time there we did a tour out to the Elqui valley, which was the ...

    Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

    A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... of about 6 blocks, a map is an item one can do without. So Pisco is teeny tiny small, but so very quaint and peaceful, and a beautiful lookout point onto the surrounding Elqui Valley. Staying there felt like a relaxing getaway, a holiday within my holiday.

    In the evening I made my way back to Vicuņa for an outing to the Mamalluca Observatory stationed on the Mamalluca hill outside of the town. Here I was educated on the mysteries of the night ...

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by tsundy on Mar 18, 2014

    ... artwork they had, clothes they wore and furniture. Also just fyi - his wife was very pretty! Also fyi again - no english so I couldn't understand interesting stuff like the historic photographs. After viewing both museums, we caught a 2 hour bus to pisco elqui valley. The ride their was beautiful. The mountain range was breath taking and it was cool to see these mountains covered in cacti! Elqui valley itself is very small, quaint ...

    Day 49 - Depart for San Pedro de Atacama

    A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Nov 16, 2013

    ... went on the long walk back to the bus terminal. This bus was particularly uncomfortable for me and I ended up reading for a good deal of the journey. The 'food' was also inedible. A sweaty slice of ham inside a stale roll and then packaged in plastic, and then juice. Luckily we have learned by now so had our own tuna sandwiches with us! Next came disrupted sleep, reading, pod cast listening, bit of sleep, more reading, and a ...