Diego de Almagro Talca

4 Norte 1011, Talca, Chile | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Talca

South America Part I: Chile and Argentina

A travel blog entry by pyevanni on Apr 16, 2014

171 photos

... From harvesting the tomatoes in the midday sun, to building a conveyor belt from scrap materials, feeding llamas, a horse and donkey that lived on the farm and processing the tomatoes to be sun-dried, our workload was heavy and diverse. In the evenings, we cooked hearty meals for ourselves and the two owners and listened to the owners tales from his time growing up in Zimbabwe. We worked on the farm for just under two weeks and by the end of our time, had also built a website ...

Wine Week

A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 05, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

Tuesday: Our Mercedes Van with Andy our driver arrived promptly at our hotel and we headed south in rush hour traffic to the wine district an hour south of Santiago. The van is fitted out for 18 but we have it for the 4 of us for the week, thanks to Juan. Our initial impressions of the wealth of Chile were changed dramatically by the living conditions out of the Santiago and northern sea side regions. Not quite as picturesque. Brampton like towns spring up an hour south ...

The Maule Valley

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Mar 05, 2014

4 photos

Heading south from Santiago would involve some long days on the road. We decided to use the city of Talca to break up one of these journeys.

Talca was a refreshingly non-touristy city and it was very straightforward to navigate around due to its sensible, if slightly boring, grid-like system with street names according to direction from the central plaza (e.g. 1 Sur, 2 Sur, 3 Sur...) However, clearly we (more Sophie) were attracted to Talca for more than just this ...

Chile: Tricahue National Park

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Nov 20, 2013

52 photos

... ploughed on, like the two city slickers we were, desperately trying to prove that we were 'outdoorsy'. Most people start this trek early in the day. By the time we actually entered the park, it was after lunch. So up we climbed, up and up and up, followed by a nice, relieving spell of...up. After hours of walking uphill I was starting to resemble a beetroot and had decided that nature was ******* rubbish. It paid off though, of course, when we got to a clearing ...


A travel blog entry by jackcox on Nov 14, 2013

Niall Maccrann is a hard man to describe. The best I managed was 'he's kind of like Superhans if Superhans played football and was really good at physics.' Mike was therefore pretty excited to meet this guy. Niall had just finished his month looking through a telescope somewhere in the Chilean wilderness and was now free for a few weeks. We met him in a hostel in Pucon.

The guy running the hostel, Esteban, wore clothes about 6 sizes too big for him and finished ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 4 Norte 1011, Talca, is near Maule Wine Route.
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