Las Terrazzas

Address: Constitution 664, Chillan, Chile | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Constitution 664, 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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... a fried egg! A fantastic hangover cure, no doubt. We also got to try the chorizo sausage that Chillan is known for, called loganiza - delicious!

On our second (frigid) morning, we headed to the bus terminal to depart for Pucon.We had sussed out the bus times the night before, however when we arrived at the terminal in the morning we found that nearly none of those services were actually running, inexplicably! So, our only option was to wait for the ...

Chillan

A travel blog entry by fernbob on Jan 22, 2011

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We got up early in Puerto Montt to catch our taxi that was to arrive at 7:00 am, however, we think that the owner had forgotten to call the taxi and as a result we left later than planned. We caught our bus, which was also late, (this seems to be the norm here in South America), and hit the road. The bus was not very comfortable, no a/c and no food was served, and as a result we were quite drowsy for the entire trip. We made a lot of stops on ...

Fiestas patrias. ¡Feliz bicentenario!

A travel blog entry by colleenallcars on Sep 17, 2010

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... Talcahuano. The next morning, Thursday, we left for the coast. Anita stayed in the house, studying for a huge oral exam she has upon return from vacation. In her place, their grandpa accompanied us. I slept on the way there (what a surprise). We arrived in Concepcion, which is a college town, and we went to visit an apartment that the grandpa owns and let's his nephew live there for free while he finishes medical school. We ate empanadas that were made by their ...

Ranek nad Pacyfikiem i kapiel w jeziorze

A travel blog entry by izusek on Dec 04, 2009

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... drogami kolo pieknego niebieskiego jeziora gdzie postanowilismy zrobic przerwe na robienie zdjec i podziwianie widoczkow. Sprobowac rowniez nasz nowo zakupiony miod z chlebem. Miod smakowal troche jak toffi. Postanowilam skorzytac z okazji i wykapac sie w cieplej wodzie jeziora. Po przerwie ruszylismy w dalsza droge.

Jechalismy tak po dosc ciekawych okolicach przesz okolo 150 km. Byla to droga dosc uciazliwa bo kreta i gorzysta. Ciegle zatykaly nam sie ...

Rainy Days and Sunday Can't Get Me Down

A travel blog entry by nakiaford on Jul 07, 2009

2 comments, 5 photos

... we should have been in about 175 accidents and killed at least 26 kids, 17 cyclists, 15 old ladies, 10 dogs and 8 chickens. However somehow by the GRACE OF GOD (I pray every time I get in the car with Raul) we have left this town without a scratch. It is funny they always want me to sit in the front seat because it is a place of honor, however, seeing my life flash before my eyes on a daily basis in an honor I could do without. Truthfully ...