Francisco de Aguirre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a boat that would suit my needs pretty perfectly, but I’m not sure the cheaper class of service is available. I’ll try to figure that out when I get down to La Serena. For now I have been on this bus since 12:45pm, and I will arrive in La Serena at about 6am. It’s pretty comfortable though, so I have no complaints, yet. We’ll see how I feel in the ...
... walking to a seafood place that was recommended to us, instead of walking all the way back. Another 1-1.5 hours later we finally found the seafood spot. Turned out to be a really sweet spot, and the seafood was to die for. This place was the highlight of La Serena... even though it was actually in Coquimbo. After stuffing our faces was fish and chips, we caught a bus back to our hostel and got ready for our overnight bustrip.
... orignal Easter Island head and a fairly well preserved mummy, there is a beach, although not a particularly pretty one, and the promenade along the beach makes for good walking and running. But the place is devoid of any magic, at least it was for me. The things to see and do around La Serena, however, make up for whatever it is lacking.
A big item on my to-do list was a tour to the Reserva Nacional Pinguino Humbodlt, a nature reserve comprised ...
... in India or Nepal – buses in Chile have been really great so far. Especially when choosing the slightly more expensive “cama” option, you get a reclining bed chair, which not only provides enough leg room for an average-sized Caucasian, but is also quite comfortable, making it possible to get a good night's sleep. Furthermore, some of the bus companies even serve food and drinks and show recent movies. Looking ...
... Some are aged in oak to soften them and give a brown hue.
We visited Pisco Aba. Here we were taken to see the vineyards, the stills and talked through the end-to-end process which was very interesting. We were then given a tiny tasting of two of their products, one was mixed with Mango (too sweet for me) and the other mixed with Maqui or Chilean Wine Berry – this was interesting as the Maqui has huge ...