Diego de Almagro Talca

Address: 4 Norte 1011, Talca, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 4 Norte 1011, Talca, is near Maule Wine Route.
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        Travel Blogs from Talca

        Glaciers, trekking and the end of the world

        A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Feb 10, 2015

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        ... cold beer and have a lovely hot shower here: bonus! Refreshed, we set off to reach the final stopovers on the eastern part of the circuit, where the incredible Torres del Paine peaks can be admired in all their glory. If it's clear. We hiked through forest, over countless streams and around enormous lakes before reaching the foot of the final rung of the 'W'. This part of the trek is popular with day trippers and it has a comfortable hostel and campsite half way up- we'd been told ...

        From Santiago heading south to Salt del Laja

        A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Jan 31, 2015

        80 photos

        ... to the national park and set up camp. It was especially interesting when the road narrowed to a lane and half at best and the local buses decide that they owned the road. Jay did a great job of negotiating our way out of the way of the buses as they did not slow down and they hardly moved from the centre of the road. Not to mention the dust, you could barely see 2 meter in front of you, due to the dust cloud.

        We finally reached our camping ground with a few extra ...

        Urban Chile

        A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Dec 21, 2014

        7 photos

        ... relatively) recent history of the Chilean dictatorship which took place between 1973 and 1988 before Pinochet was voted out and democracy returned in 1990. We were both taken aback by how little we really knew about it all and listening to stories of the atrocities and human rights violations that took place against so many people was sobering. There are still mixed opinions on this era of their history and it is obviously a highly emotive subject among many Chileans to this day.


        A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Oct 05, 2014

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        Stupid cash machines playing up again, saying there is a problem with my card, though my company insists they haven’t blocked it again – tried 2 machines then reduced the amount and the 3rd finally gave me some – if they are running short, why don’t they just say so instead of blaming my card?

        Dropped into the main plaza to catch a parade of firemen ...

        Wine and pleasantness

        A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Aug 12, 2014

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        ... why Mr. Balduzzi lived on site! The winery had been badly damaged by the 2010, losing hundreds of thousands of litres of wine and many of their buildings. It has however bounced back, and we tried (amongst others) the carmonere wine that the region is well known for and which isn't found in many regions throughout the world! After exploring the little town, we took a bus back to Talca, to then continue on to our next destination - Chillan!