Hotel Comercio

Yungay 730, Curico, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Curico

Day 98/100 Days of Wine&Roses / Dies de Vi i Roses

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... It was horrible. To make up for this, we could also admire many white herons. We are relaxed again now. We were able to catch up on stuff. Great days.

I do not know if everyone in Chile uses this expression but it must be quite common: when you ask for something and they say they are brining it quickly, they say "vengo al tiro" like singing. We love it and we now say it ourselves. ...

Pablo Neruda and Route 66

A travel blog entry by foreignx


... were lots of stands selling all sorts of fruit. We drove past many of them thinking that we really couldn’t eat it anyway without washing it (Charlotte’s thinking), which we had no way to do. Then the site of the beautiful strawberries just became a little too tempting. We bought some planning to eat them later…..but you guessed it, we couldn’t stand the site and smell of them without eating them so we threw caution to the wind and ate them ...

Chilean coast - upside down California!

A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour


The main story of the day was one of increasing vegetation and changing climate zones. We left the pure desert zone and started to see cacti and other extreme drought tolerating plants all round us. By the end of the day we were pretty much in Mediterranean style chaparral with dried grasses. Early in the morning we passed at least one huge valley turned over to olive production. Very strange seeing olive trees with massive desert ...


A travel blog entry by alexlindstrom


Decided to use curico as a stop off on the way south. It's a small town with a nice plaza de armas. We had a walk around the busy streets and relaxed in the sun at the armas. I relaxed on my bed with a cup soup and the whole room started to shake and there was a loud noise like thunder, an earthquake! It was pretty scary but I think they get them all the time here. It was 4.9 on the r scale. We left by bus the following day, stopping in tulca to change ...


A travel blog entry by pumptronics


... s museum. The museum was amazing; stepping through South American fossils, amber, skeletons and then all the different tribal groups and eras up to modern times. It had thousands of ancient artefacts from Mapuche, Rapa Nui and more cultures. It also had an automobile section, a horse-drawn carriage section, a wine section, a Darwinian section and, of course, a weapons section. There was a lot of stuff to get through so we whiled away a lot of time there.

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This hotel, located on Yungay 730, Curico, is near Curicó Valley Wine Route, Aguas Panimavidas, and Endemica Expediciones.
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