Hosteria de Castro

Address: Chacabuco 202, Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chacabuco 202, Castro, is near Church of Castro and Chiloe National Park.
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      Castro, Isla de Chiloe

      A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Dec 25, 2014

      ... anchor of the Isle de Chiloe and we rode tenders to Castro which was totally deserted. After walking along the waterfront we ventured up a steep hill to visit the Town square and a beautiful church. The entire interior was built of the most beautiful timber while the outside was yellow pressed metal. With nothing else to see or do we soon returned to the ship. Weather again pleasant, no thermals or jackets ...

      NFL Sunday in Castro

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... which is very exciting. It’s also really cheap ($45 a night), and I don’t have to worry about a bunch of drunken teenagers at a hostel keeping me up all night or stealing my stuff. I’m happy about all of that.

      I also got to talk to Melissa for a couple of hours on Skype and we managed to sort out plans for Christmas and New Year’s Eve. She and ...


      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... stilt houses over the water – few good viewpoints except by water & given the big tides it needs to be high water, when, according to one place’s blurb, you can kayak off the terrace!

      These colourful ramshackle wooden houses have extended well over the high tide mark, which is illegal – the local residents are unmoved & many have protest notices displayed in their windows. On the large expanses of sandy mud exposed, collectives of kelp harvesters were ...

      Touring the Island

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... and some of Maria's. Even the beer came in big sizes, they only had Escudo in 1.2 litre bottles, much to David's delight.

      We had a quick look in the artisan market that was full of wool products while we waited on the bus. It was really more to do with staying out the rain, but Maria bought some ankle warmers for the cold days ahead in Patagonia.

      Back in Castro we went for coffee and cake at Cafe Blanco before spending a rainy evening watching television.

      Charming Chiloe

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... potatoes and a kind of potato dumpling (Milcao - I loved it, and Casey hated it), a hunk of smoked pork, and a chorizo! It was also served with the broth that the meal was cooked in (obviously not an entirely traditional one, then), but no other accompaniments. It was a particularly interesting experience for me, given that I've refused to eat these seafoods for my entire life! I actually didn't dislike it, and could even come to like them - there's hope for ...