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

Chill'n in Chillan, Chile

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Aug 13, 2014

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... We returned to the hostel with a large bottle of red, and between that and a deck of cards we had a great night!

The following day we did some housekeeping, including changing pesos into US dollars so that we can take advantage of Argentina's great black market rate, and sussing out the possibility of getting up to the nearby skifields the next day. Sadly, it sounds as though the bus isn't running (for unknown reasons) and the transfer alone will ...

Not even "Marriage Ref" could help!

A travel blog entry by andie-todd on Jul 25, 2012

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... time it was. Needless to say, a few souvenirs, some toilet paper and shampoo later, we were famished.

Now this next part, is embarrassing. Lets say for the record, that we had had a difficult day. That the stress of how terrible "Marriage Ref" was had been to much! The bus ride had been long, and the toilet paper had been just a layer too expensive... but there it was, less than a hundred metres away... McDonalds. ...

Bring on the waterfalls

A travel blog entry by redkeels on Mar 30, 2012

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... get to the waterfalls (which is what I really wanted to see) around 7.30 pm and the sun had gone. It was still great to see the waterfalls, but it didn't wow me as I thought it would. I think if we hadn't had all the problems earlier in the day and got there with plenty of time to spend then I would have appreciated it more. Ah well, I have to look on the bright side. Even though I am spending about 9 hours on the bus ...

Fiestas patrias. ¡Feliz bicentenario!

A travel blog entry by colleenallcars on Sep 17, 2010

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After a long car ride, we arrived in Chillán. It took us close to six hours from Quillota to Chillán. All five of us piled in the car; I was in the back with my mom and Juanita in the middle. I slept for the majority of the trip, and listened to music and played wordwhomp with Juanita for the rest of the time. When we arrived in Chillán, I met my father's family: his father, mother, sister, cousin, you name it. Their grandma made turkey (all natural, farm raised) with ...

Rainy Days and Sunday Can't Get Me Down

A travel blog entry by nakiaford on Jul 07, 2009

2 comments, 5 photos

... for agriculture. That is when I learned a new word Orgullo which means pride or proud. He says this word, pointing to his father’s photo, and then pressing his hand to his own chest. His father was a farmer and he is proud to live the life of this great man. Many sons would run away at the thought of walking in their father’s shoes; the tired earth soiled boots of a farmer. To Juan it is a privilege to be counted among the ...