Hotel Camino del Alto

Address: Av. Edmundo Eluchans 699, Vina del Mar, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Edmundo Eluchans 699, Vina del Mar, is near Vina Concha y Toro, Renaca, Fonck Museum, and Muelle Vergara.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar

        Chile: Day 1

        A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Dec 13, 2014

        38 photos

        ... an alley, to get to the actual funicular.

        As Greg said, "The first part of funicular is fun", and I have to agree. I believe the funicular costed the equivalent of $0.50, which was so worth it. After the quick ride up, we got treated to some pretty cool views of Valparaiso. After about a couple minutes, we started to make our way to go find some food. For what should've been like a 10 minute walk turned into a 20-30 minute walk. The reason: there was so ...

        Chile's Gold Coast

        A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Dec 12, 2014

        ... had not
        been repaired since then and there were collapsed sections and m************s
        all over. We finished our very long walk at the floral clock where we caught
        the bus back into town. After a bit of down time in our hostel courtyard, we
        walked down to a nearby café where we had previously had a coffee to have a
        nice vegetarian tea which sadly was rather expensive.


        Chile Part One: Yes to Naked Coffee, No to Fascism

        A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on May 30, 2014

        105 photos

        Long and thin with a notorious history, one might call it the Kate Moss of South America, Chile is one of the most progressive, interesting and friendly countries I have come across on this trip. I suppose a background of Spanish conquest, socilalist politics and a scandalous military coup can have that effect.

        The Chileans are by no means a laissez faire bunch. Their ancestors, the Mapuches were one of the only indigenous Latin ...

        An American in Chile/Spiders, Scorpions, Earthquak

        A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Mar 09, 2014

        ... the bus station in Arica that sometimes departures are not ever marked or announced. We saw a bus that was marked with our destination and departure time, and naturally assumed that was our bus. We were wrong. There was another bus, identical, leaving at the same time and for the same place. Of course. We learned this only after having an argument with a woman whose baby was sprawled in the seats we thought we had bought. We unloaded our bags, found the ...

        The sound of the Pan Pipe makes us homesick

        A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 07, 2014

        1 comment, 15 photos

        We had been given a railcard by the hostel owner and having walked to the station proceeded to try and find out the cost of a journey to the next town of 'Viña del Mar'. The lady simply took the card, beeped it and said to go ahead despite having written down a figure that was four times what we were expecting. It was too late to get the bus now we thought and headed for the train, swiping the card on the barrier as we went. ...

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