Hotel Bayern

Avenida Arturo Prat 146, Temuco, Lake District, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Arturo Prat 146, Temuco.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bayern Temuco

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Travel Blogs from Temuco

How Juan met his Maker. Veggies look away

A travel blog entry by sophiemead on Dec 24, 2012

21 photos

... ribs) and Chilean trimmings, papas (tatties) salad, tomatoes and home-made bread. The Bopp’s (yes that’s their surname they have German heritage) were happy to see me eating lots and I understand now why they were surprised that I was: on Christmas Eve Chileans eat double dinner. Straight after we had finished and the family went to mass, Valeria and I went to a neighbour’s house to collect paid home-made buffet treats. Double ...

Weaving a Better Future

A travel blog entry by smile-a-day on Jun 18, 2012

14 photos

... is sold to an end client. The Foundation also ensures that the women are integrated into the business process to ensure that Mapuche traditional identity is present in everything that is created.

Our time working with the Mapuche women and the Fundación Chol-Chol was highly rewarding and we hope to continue our relationship with them into the future. As a non-profit, Fundación Chol-Chol depends significantly on ...

Driving Rute 5 to Temuco

A travel blog entry by foreignx on Mar 04, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

This morning we had the luxury of sleeping in a bit (for us that is 7:30, which for cruisers is like sleeping until noon, by the way!). Bob had a shower and then went to get us coffee. As we have mentioned, all accommodations in Chile seem to include breakfast which we are really enjoying. The challenge here is to figure out what kind of coffee to order…..this morning Bob brought me a cappuccino, which was yummy, however I am ...

Tren-muco de vapor

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on Feb 27, 2011

48 photos

... s only one passenger service left, to a little village called Victoria, an hour away in the modern train. As those are the only well maintained tracks around the steam train does the very same trip, the engine pulling a water tank, a restaurant and three passenger cars, all going back to the 50s. It's quite slow, the train never doing more than 50 or 60 kph, and it takes 2h30 to reach Victoria. Last detail, which explains why it doesn't go more often: the ...

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Nov 21, 2010

4 photos

... devices. Hand grip heaters and an electric vest take a lot of juice and with the headlight on causes problems with the battery and Stater (alternator). He has all of the wire and switches I will need in assorted drawers, and boxes. I dissemble the bike and run the spare fused wire set I brought. We draw a small crowd while we work trying to communicate about our countries and the governments. I find out ...