Hotel Villa El Descanso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about six blocks and pointed to the bus terminal, informing us that we wanted to head to the town of Puente Negra about 15 kilometers east up the valley. Remembering our last meal had been in an early morning daze on the airplane, we asked for a lunch recommendation. He quickly flipped a u-turn, drove another two blocks and dropped us off at his favorite sandwich shop. Another great example of Chilean hospitality surfaced when we tried to pay Carlos for ...
... the food is really good, mostly fresh veggies, and Carolina is a great chef. I am safe, it is relaxing when I have some time, like now, and I can't really complain cause it has probably gone the best it could have.
In other news, I'm old. Yesterday was my birthday and thanks to mom, dad, chels and the family here I had some good surprises. They gave me a card with a message ...
... process and scientific advances. The wine makers are all young, 25 and 26 year olds intent on experimenting with new methods. Everything is produced on a vast scale. The only mystical note is the barrel room which is designed in a horseshoe according to Feng Shui principles and which plays Gregorian Chants 24/7. Even that though is new age. Montes award winning iconic wine, which the Chilean Prime Minister served to President Obama when ...
... seems the British seafarers had really made their mark on this coast. Yesterday we had passed Bahia Ingles which was also named in honour of some passing pirates…in all likelihood a bunch of ne’er-do-wells from Plymouth or Portsmouth. How far from home they must have felt. I’ve developed a grudging respect for Pedro Valdivia and his men who had to come overland from Peru, along the same route we had just taken, in ...
... Inca skulls, and believe it or not, a locomotive engine. You gotta go if you are ever in town. A few doors down from the Museum is the new Casino. It looks scary. I didn’t go in.
I went into the wine country on the first day, which is why anyone stays in Santa Cruz, and after knocking back several tastings and paying an astonishing fee for each (this place makes Napa, California look like a freebee), and ...