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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... bus station didn’t help either, just
ugly commercial premises. No tourist info so went into the posh hotel on the
plaza and they were a great help, giving me a map and address of a cheap hostel
– it is all relative as it was still £20 for a single room!!!
Nice to have a big bed with a decent mattress and a private
bathroom with hot water – had been lax in showering given the hassle factor at
... right to the town of Molina. Then, just follow the signs and you'll get there. The road is beautiful, so enjoy.
- Ruta del Vino: wine route in the Curico Valley. One of the most important valleys in Chile. I've never done the tourist route. But it's meant to be beautiful and very instructive.
If you're staying in town, there are many hotels and hostels from where you can choose, and that will fit whatever your budget ...
... The arena was wooden with seats built up the sides in a half moon arrangement and three cowboys on well bred Chilean horses greeted us in full apparel with wide brimmed hats and ponchos. The guide talked us through some of their training which included teaching them to run sideways at pace and stop extremely quickly using their back legs. They then released a small bullock into the ring and chased this around in on the horses ...
... property in 1928 and had used it mainly to grow annual crops and raise livestock, as was the tradition in the area). In the 90s, her husband decided to use the excellent climatic conditions of the Colchagua Valley and the growing interest in New World wines to plan what he called his "retirement project". This is the result. A young Laura is shown on the label in a Rebecca-esque pose which feels very dated and apparently affects ...
... one! He first took us around the vineyards extolling the virtues of organic production and having to compete with the honking of the geese that they keep as organic beetle removers! We then went to watch the Pinot Noir harvest coming into the winery. This was quite exciting, with hand selection going on and the chance to see the grapes crushed and added to the steel vat for fermentation – Max turned out to be an ...