Marbella Resort

Address: Km 35 Camino Concon a Zapallar, Zapallar, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Km 35 Camino Concon a Zapallar, Zapallar.
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    Travel Blogs from Zapallar

    Last leg lap of luxury

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 21, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... since Sir Alec penned the Mini, has a car for Everyman been created by the good folks at GM. It gets 50 miles to the US gallon by my math, has an alloy wheel pushed out to the far corners for stability, a 5 speed stick, a nice clutch, room for 4 adults with no luggage and is quite fun to drive. It would benefit from a 6th gear and is not good at climbing the Andes in anything taller than 3rd gear but all round a great value. Lest you think I'm trying out for ...

    Valpariso - bright as a jewel!

    A travel blog entry by frombawithlove on Jan 02, 2014

    15 photos

    ... br> Much of the house is designed like a ship, incorporating his collection of ship mastheads. A gregarious man, he even built a full size bar at which to entertain his many friends and visitors.

    His writing room has a tin roof so that he could listen to the rain, a reminder of his childhood in the rainy south of Chile. His childhood never left him, and is given expression in the many items he collected over ...

    Vina, Valpo, and Various other excursions

    A travel blog entry by paiger on Aug 10, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... Andes" climb. It was about three and half hours straight uphill climb. Not a walk, not a hike, a climb. I scrambled my way up this damn mountain on all fours and ran out of water in like the first half of our trip. However the climb did boast wonderful views of Santiago and served as a wakeup call if I wanted to be in good enough shape to hike the W in Patagonia with a full pack on my back. As per the usual ...

    Un Panqueque con Manjar

    A travel blog entry by nicolenoordhoek on Apr 17, 2013

    ... Santiago for a bit, making my way to the Plaza de Armas and then finding a place for lunch. For dessert, I had the most amazing "Panqueque con manjar" (pancake with dulce de leche). Hmmm...
    Then I did the route in reverse: metro, bus and then a collectivo back up, after stopping to buy some fruit. This evening will likely be uneventful and my plans (plans don't exist in South America anyway) for tomorrow are still nonexistent. I'll keep you ...

    Thanks 2012; hello 2013

    A travel blog entry by debanddavid on Jan 01, 2013

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... us around explaining history and culture, the six working 'ascensors' to get up and down the hills, pointing out other stuff we might like to do too. Down by the docks people have already set up to wait it out for the party that will start in 12 hours' time.

    Slightly random lunch at the Hari Krishna restaurant, D eating normally for the first time in days.

    The sun's come out so we take a little trip on the waters ...