Hotel Terrabella

1 Sur 641, Talca, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Sur 641, Talca, is near Maule Wine Route.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Terrabella Talca

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Talca

Wine and pleasantness

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Aug 12, 2014

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... have worried! The town was very neat and clean and lovely, with many beautiful gathering areas, restaurants, shops, and so on! We spent a fantastic afternoon and night here, exploring the town, eating local food, looking in shops for things we could never afford and couldn't carry anyway, and drinking nice Chilean wine out of plastic cups in our hostel room!

For those who aren't aware what the draw of Talca is (other than the ...

Chile Part Two: My Week and a Half as a Wwoofer

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 08, 2014

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... my broken Spanish seemed to improve mildly, or they just started understanding me better. In a way it was quite nice to be immersed in a family lifestyle again. I'd forgotten what it was like to set the table, have regular dinner times and talk about homework. It also made me miss my own family that much more.

On Wednesday 18 July, I said my farewells and bussed it back to Santiago. Glad to have my freedom back but also grateful to Jorge and ...

Wine Week

A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 05, 2014

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... wine right after breakfast is not a good idea. We started the tour with a live rooftop grape drop, perfect timing. The barrels age in an auditorium shaped cellar and rest to Gregorian chants piped in 24 7. Our next stop was at a quaint old winery called Vui Manent . Our South African guide was very knowledgeable and of course spoke the Queen's English. Part of the tour was a horse and cart ride through the vineyards. We enjoyed the wine sampled and bought a bottle ...

Chile: Tricahue National Park

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Nov 20, 2013

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... to sleep. (This was absolutely magical until our third night, when staring up at the midnight sky in awe, we were interrupted by the sight of a massive hairy tarantula walking across the glass. Did not drift off to sleep for quite some time after that...) C: The next morning we awoke early (ish), ate a hearty breakfast and, with my Karrimor hiking trousers, Karrimor fleece, 2 Karrimor water bottles and Karrimor backpack in tow (yep, I did all of my holiday shopping ...


A travel blog entry by jackcox on Nov 14, 2013

... some grade IV rapids. Before we'd got into the river, we were standing on the edge holding our floats and wearing our helmets. After 5 minutes waiting around, the intructor came over and asked us "are the helmets working?" None of our heads had been injured in that waiting time so we had to say yes.

The next day we thought it would be a good idea to climb a volcano. We got kitted out with ice-picks and crampons and began our ascent. After going for a piddle in ...

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