Hotel del Cid

Address: O'Higgins Nº 138, La Serena, Chile | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on O'Higgins NÂș 138, La Serena, is near Avenida del Mar, Archaeological Museum, Damas Island, and La Serena's Cathedral.
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    Travel Blogs from La Serena

    The Optimist

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 23, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... taking the overnight bus to San Pedro de Atacama this evening. We had time for an hour's chat before they took their leave and set off for the bus station. We went out to do some food shopping. Many enterprising people had set up stalls on the pavements to try to earn a bit of cash on this impromptu holiday. About half of the businesses had shut up shop for the day. Nonetheless, before making it to the supermarket, we found ourselves stopping for sushi at ...

    On the Pisco

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 20, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the celestial bodies. The amount of information and the scale of distances involved were too much to take in but fascinating anyway. Mario used a special filter to show us the distinction between areas of helium and areas of hydrogen within a nebula. Sirius glistened like a diamond in close up, emitting a blueish light from its unimaginably hot furnace. Some of the most incredible sights were reserved for the end. At this point, Mario showed us Saturn (which had risen over ...

    The Pisco Valley

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Nov 30, 2014

    20 photos

    Picture a vast arid landscape - flat thirsty land interrupted only by dry Andean peaks. As an early Spanish settler, the last thing I would think upon arriving in a place like this would be "hmm... Looks like a perfect place to plant grape vines." And yet that's exactly what happened when the Spanish first settled in the Pisco Valley. Although the valley receives less than 120 mm of rain a year, they manage to make it stretch far enough with a bit of fancy ...

    Vicuna, where apparently the world doesn't end

    A travel blog entry by meggles on Jan 12, 2014

    ... on our return. We were heading to the house of Gabriel mistral, Chile's other Nobel prize winning poet however enroute we detoured via a cafe where whilst the waitress failed to actually serve any of the drinks we wanted off the menu, she told Magda about a festival going on in a nearby village. We had a quick plan change and instead drive to disaguitas where we arrived as the virgin Mary was emerging from the local church, all the different ...

    Vicuña - Valle del Elqui

    A travel blog entry by andresturner on Oct 26, 2013

    ... and some lunch, would bring
    us back to the camp for the night, to cook dinner, and hang out.
    We
    had about a week to kill, hopefully camping in the area, to save money,
    before we needed to head to Santiago, to meet the family! It was
    coming up quickly, as my family purchased tickets to come visit us, the
    second week of November in ...