Hotel Comercio

Address: Yungay 730, Curico, Chile | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Comercio Curico

Reviewed by marie-claude.g

Bonne adresse près de la Plaza de Armas

Reviewed Jan 29, 2014
by (27 reviews) , France Flag of France

Très bien situé au centre. Nous avions choisi une chambre dans la partie ancienne pour des raisons économiques et elle était certainement moins bien que celle de la partie récente, avec vue sur la piscine sur laquelle donne également le restaurant. Cet espace est vraiment agréable pour le repos du soir. L'hôtel dispose d'un parking souterrain gratuit.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Comercio Curico

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Travel Blogs from Curico

Curico et Talca

A travel blog entry by marie-claude.g on Jan 29, 2014

8 photos

28 janvier Nous reprenons la Panaméricaine (ici Carretera 5) vers le Sud. Première étape à Curico, ville de 244000 habitants. Celle-ci a été très touchée par un tremblement de terre en 2010 (hé oui, nous suivons une zone sismique…) qui n'a laissé totalement intacte que la Plaza de Armas, qui fait la renommée de la ville avec ses nombreux …

Finding Witches

A travel blog entry by heathernewson on May 08, 2015

7 photos

The word for witch in spanish is bruja (pronounced broo-ha). I didn't find any on the island of Chiloe where they supposedly live. Instead I found them in Curico, a very normal medium sized city 3 hours south of Santiago.

I had heard of a lady called Elena holding a red tent every month in Curico. A red tent is traditionally a space women go when they're on their periods where no men are allowed, now ...

A Hidden Gem

A travel blog entry by z00dles on Jan 31, 2015

26 photos

... A warm plum and berry cobbler, with home made lavender ice cream almost topped the evening---until we discovered that Vicente had set up his huge telescope in the garden for moon and star gazing and lit a lovely bonfire for us all to enjoy. What an amazing day! It will be hard to leave tomorrow, but we must make our way back to Valparaiso to return the car and see a little more of this colourful city....


Colchagua Valley

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 14, 2014

5 photos

... Then, not being any kind of expert in Peruvian food, and hoping to avoid the Guinea Pig road kill I had in Peru, I chose Causa Neptuno. Causa is basically a mashed yellow potato dumpling mixed with key lime, onion, chili and oil. This was shaped into a pie stuffed with seafood and “golf” sauce which seems to be an Argentinian name for Marie Rose sauce! On top was some nicely sliced avocado. This was both beautiful to look ...

Santiago to Shangrila-La

A travel blog entry by rktravel on Oct 29, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... new acquaintances also stuck around once we set foot in San Fernando to make sure we knew where we were going. They took us to a nearby magazine stand, asking every passerby if they knew about Shangri-La, the location of our pre-arranged work exchange. After ten minutes of phone calls and waving down cars, a youthful faced man with broken English told us he would take us to the bus terminal. Carlos, our unexpected new friend, was a taxi driver. He ...

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