Diego de Almagro Talca

4 Norte 1011, Talca, Chile | 4 star hotel
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Chile: Tricahue National Park

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey


Ruby: After spending a lot of time in cities and towns, we were looking forward to experiencing some nature, and so our next stop was Tricahue National Park, around the middle of Chile and near the Andes. We had found a really cool little 'Refugio' to spend a few days, situated in a village populated by about 30 people, (the majority of whom were on the tiny, sweaty bus that took us to their village where the Refugio was situated, up a dusty mountain road). After ...


A travel blog entry by jackcox

... pay if their country makes Argentinans pay for entering their country). I was tired and sleepy and took quite a lot of enjoyment from this guy complaining about his situation. When he turned to me (assuming I also had to pay the charge) and asked what I thought he should do I just said "maybe be nice to other countries?" It turns out this guy was Canadian and my dislike of him was entirely unfounded because he actually had paid. Ah well, sorry if you're reading this mate.



A travel blog entry by realvin


... day. We were very tired from our pilgrimage and looking forward to a soft bed!

For valentines day Cal cooked Reanna a beef noodle dish with the beef arranged in a heart shape... Ree hardly noticed as her eyes were glued to the chocolate and ice cream : ) We then crossed over to Mendoza, Argentina the next day! We recrossed the Andes about a month later to experience the north of lovely Chile! We visited Antofagasta a big bustling miners city with a beautiful centre and ...


A travel blog entry by heidiyoung

So we left Corboda after a tour around their university, it would have been interesting had we spoke and read Spanish. It's becoming increasingly obvious that we underestimated how badly we would need to speak Spanish, we were spoilt in Africa as everyone spoke English! We caught a night bus to Mendoza where we arrived the next morning, we walked to the Lagares Hostel which is the nicest hostel we have stayed in by far. There's a cleaning lady there who spends all day ...

The Three Towers

A travel blog entry by rsandnm

... of photos all round . Nicky had a relaxing day back atbTPH - having a massage and reading around the pool. TPH is a really nice stylish hotel but suffering its teething problems in trying to cope with the huge inflow of guests from the Explora - the young staff were really nice and helpful but the catering was simply not up to the task at this stage - but we rally enjoyed our stay there all the same and we thought the hotel looked better/ nicer than its more famous neighbour the ...

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