Hotel Parador Jamon Pan y Vino

Address: Km 70 Camino Las Termas, Casilla 22, Chillan, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km 70 Camino Las Termas, Casilla 22, Chillan.
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Travel Blogs from Chillan

Chilling out in Chillan

A travel blog entry by srandac2015 on Sep 22, 2015

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... the region. There was large bunches of asparagus, boxes of ripe tomatoes, wheelbarrows full of fresh coriander, cabbages and lots of avocados. The market also sold local handicrafts.

The highlight for me was a mural painted on the walls and ceiling of the library in Escuela México (school). The school was built from money donated by the Mexican government after the 1939 earthquake. The murals were painted by two renowned Mexican artists David Alfaro Siqueiros ...

Bring on the waterfalls

A travel blog entry by redkeels on Mar 30, 2012

6 photos

... to get back to Puerto Varas, it only cost me around £9 for the ticket. Not bad eh!

We got to the hostel and went straight to the restaurant for some food. This was going to be our final supper together as Tania was catching the bus at 11.25 pm and Luna and Trine were going back to Santiago with Pedro (our driver). Had a couple of beers (as it is Friday night) and got to bed around midnight! Long day ahead of me ...

Home of O'Higgins

A travel blog entry by trekamerica on Oct 13, 2011

1 photo

... n by Martín Ruiz de Gamboa,
who was campaigning against the local indigenous peoples at the time.
However, this moniker did not fare well, and was replaced by the current
name, which in the local Indian language means ...

Rainy Days and Sunday Can't Get Me Down

A travel blog entry by nakiaford on Jul 07, 2009

2 comments, 5 photos

... s, house, out in the country. Jaun has a twin brother, Sergio, and they could not be more different. Jaun is the younger of the two and is very reserved while Sergio is a funny character. The road to Jaun’s home was narrow and unpaved. I don’t know what was scarier, dodging cavernous pot holes, driving though what seemed like the Rio Grande, or nearly killing a flock of wild turkeys that had congregated in the middle of the ...

Hoem sweet home!

A travel blog entry by condimentcrouch on Mar 04, 2009

... i thought about before but decided against it due to runours on the gringo trail of rough journeys and non stop vomiting! however this slipped my mind and i held a romantic notion of travelling by sea! What i actually got was massive glaciers, stunning views, a young crowd of like minded travellers, bingo in the evening and red wine and pisco sours all around... i have just got off the boat now ...