Hosteria La Candela

Address: Calle de la Hosteria 67, Isla Negra, 00000, Chile | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle de la Hosteria 67, Isla Negra, is near Pablo Neruda's House.
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    Travel Blogs from Isla Negra

    Casablanca Valley Winery - Emiliana

    A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 07, 2015

    10 photos

    ... size-adjust: auto;">Signos de Origin 2014 C******nay, Viognier, Marsanne, Rousanne blend, and the Signos 2011 Carmenere. These two wines were fermented in "the egg", a new process for us but becoming more popular in Chile. Finally the 2013 Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc. Being able to taste the additional wines rounded out the tasting tremendously.

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    Emiliana has 500 hectars planted in Casablanca, 2,200 total in ...

    Week 8: Santiago & Valparaiso, Chile

    A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on May 25, 2014

    36 photos

    ... 1990. After Santiago we headed to Valparaiso, a port town, an hour and a half from Santiago. Valparaiso is well known for its colourful houses and windy streets built over numerous hills or 'cerros', as well as being the primary sea port of Chile. We spent 3 days here, wandering the streets and hills, catching the ascensores (elevators) to different parts of town, taking in the (largely) impressively graffitied and beautiful buildings, visiting ...

    In praise of Valpraíso

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... drink straight with an accompanying Café solo

    A great meal. The portions were huge but this allowed us to taste each others dishes too (this included White Clams grilled with ginger and lime and Bruschetta with eggplant carpione with goat cheese). My starter of shrimps came in a rich creamy sauce flavoured with merkén, a traditional Mapuche Indian condiment made from smoked “cacho de cabra” chillies and ...

    Go West Old Folk

    A travel blog entry by randdstanley on Dec 10, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... are American in origin and date from the 60s, they are tatty but quiet and efficient.

    We went round Pablo Neruda`s house, a Chilean poet, ambassador, Nobel prize-winner, prominent left winger and friend of Allende, who died mysteriously shortly after Pinochet took power. He was a consumate collector of Stuff, so his house is full of a lovely collection of eclectic objects, paintings furniture, nauticalia. The house was ...

    Valparaíso continued

    A travel blog entry by mattyburton on Jul 20, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the most pitiful sandwich I think I have ever seen. One slice of cheese in a dry bun! Luckily a pack of crisps that I had gotten when I jumped off at one stop filled it out suitably that it managed to sustain us. We got another 8 hour sleep in on the first trip and the time seemed to go very quickly. I'm currently on the second bus journey, travelling through the deserts with Al asleep next to me. We should reach San Pedro in a couple of hours which we have been told is the one. So here goes! ...