Hotel Comercio

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 (21 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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Travel Blogs from Curico

Curico et Talca

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

11 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 …

Curico and Surroundings (my hometown)

A travel blog entry by cata.san.martin on May 28, 2014

6 photos

... right to the town of Molina. Then, just follow the signs and you'll get there. The road is beautiful, so enjoy.
- Ruta del Vino: wine route in the Curico Valley. One of the most important valleys in Chile. I've never done the tourist route. But it's meant to be beautiful and very instructive.

If you're staying in town, there are many hotels and hostels from where you can choose, and that will fit whatever your budget ...

Santiago to Shangrila-La

A travel blog entry by rktravel on Oct 29, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... of the upcoming summer season, and constructing fire pits for fiestas. It was truly a wonderful place to begin our adventure and practice Chilean Spanish, and of course to settle into our new lifestyle.

As we repack our meager belongings and prepare to head back up to Santiago our minds turn towards the adventure of the coming days. We'll be spending Halloween in the city before catching an early flight down into the Lakes District of northern ...

Ushuaia-BA-Santiago-Santa Cruz in less than 24 hrs

A travel blog entry by meclayt on Feb 22, 2012

... to the bus station in the city. However, once I got off the bus, I then had to find the correct bus station for buses to Santa Cruz. There were 3 extremely large stations along the same street. I was still wearing clothes for weather in Ushuaia and I was now dropped into 90 degree heat, pulling my suitcase, carrying a backpack, and lugging a huge, heavy parka from Antarctica. I am sure I was quite a sight among all the locals in the shorts, flip flops and tank tops. ...

Chilean coast - upside down California!

A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour on Feb 01, 2012

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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 ...

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