Posada Colchagua

Address: Isla de Yaquil, Valle de Colchagua, Santa Cruz, 3130000, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Isla de Yaquil, Valle de Colchagua, Santa Cruz, is near Colchagua Museum and Colchagua Valley Wine Route.
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    Colchagua Valley - Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 17, 2015

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    ... town named Lolol about 30 minutes outside Santa Cruz. There we visited a really interesting museum of the various artisan craft traditions around Chile. That might sound boring, but it really wasn't. The authentic (i.e. not junk) ceramics, clothing, jewelery we've seen in various places were actually really nice, and it was interesting to see the tradions and ways it is made. We also visited a winery that had a ...

    Back to work

    A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Nov 10, 2014

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    ... to South America for some experience. When Sharif and Pi brought Meredith back they also brought another new addition to the house for Dave and James in the form of a football. After 2 hours of football matches in the garden captained by the two boys we all ate dinner at the big house. We had ribs, mash and vegetables which were amazing as ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... s – walk up the hill to switch on the water pump as no pressure otherwise, then light the boiler and strip off in the really cold bathroom.

    Nipped out for some dinner nibbles and liquid refreshment of the beer kind – nothing decent locally except the Valdivia bock and the rest were imported from Germany, at far less than cost in UK, about 90p a bottle – it was a personal dunkel octoberfest!


    Murals galore

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... there was a cruise ship in and indeed, once we could see the port, there it was. The hillside is so steep that there are at least two cable cars (we saw two) hugging the hillside to transport people between Concepcion and the port area. As we the time got to 11:30 we made our way back up to the hotel and had checked out in good time for our guides arrival just before 12:00. Our driver was different from the woman the evening before but we were ...

    Rodeo and Fine Dining

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 15, 2014

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    ... had to get all dressed up for our exclusive dinner at Lapostolle!

    We were six for dinner and all very excited! We arrived at dusk and could not find anyone around, then, Mr Ben shopkeeper like, a lovely lady appeared all grins and welcomes ushering us to a set of seats on the terrace with a view over the vines and the top of the nest to out left all lit up. We were presented with out set menu for the night with ...