Hotel Casino Talca

Av. Circunvalacion Oriente 1055, Talca, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Circunvalacion Oriente 1055, Talca, is near Maule Wine Route.
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Travel Blogs from Talca

Chile Part Two: My Week and a Half as a Wwoofer

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 08, 2014

33 photos

... for the experience they had given me.

I cannot think of many people who would take a complete and utter stranger into their home as they did me. I could have been a bloodthirsty psychopath for all they knew. But I was warmly welcomed by this Chilean family who made extra space in their house for me, trusted me enough to let me share a room with their daughter and made me feel very much at home. Not only have I learnt a bit about permaculture but humanity as well.

Wine Week

A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 05, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... our lunch alfresco, just as the sun came out. After a mini siesta, our last stop was Lapostelle, a top of the line winery selling wines starting at $140US. We found none to our liking at that price but loved the stunning architecture. The winery was drilled down 25 meters into the mountain foothills and the green roof afforded a spectacular view of the estate. At this particular estate much is done by hand that others have automated, and no pumps, only gravity, ...

Chile: Tricahue National Park

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Nov 20, 2013

52 photos

... not even embarrassed, that place is bargain central), we set off for a full day's hiking. We'd passed the entrance to the Park the day before, so were confident we knew where we were going. Plus, Dimitri told us his dog, Cachay, would guide us if we went off course. So we set off down the road, full of beans and ready for adventure! Within 20 minutes we were lost and had somehow walked passed the entrance to a National Park, a fact we only ...


A travel blog entry by jackcox on Nov 14, 2013

... pay if their country makes Argentinans pay for entering their country). I was tired and sleepy and took quite a lot of enjoyment from this guy complaining about his situation. When he turned to me (assuming I also had to pay the charge) and asked what I thought he should do I just said "maybe be nice to other countries?" It turns out this guy was Canadian and my dislike of him was entirely unfounded because he actually had paid. Ah well, sorry if you're reading this mate.



A travel blog entry by realvin on Jan 26, 2013

119 photos

... close to them it was very cool! On the hike to camp disaster struck... Cals shoes started to fall apart! Just half a day in to 4 days of trekking! Nowhere to possibly by a pair out here so a quick fix to get us to camp and then a lot of sewing in perpetration for the next day!

Day two (28km) we completed the middle part of the W to the spectacular Mirrador Britainico lookout... The route was pretty we crossed rivers and lovely landscape. This part of the trail was ...