Termas de Cauquenes
Travel Blogs from Rancagua
... Armador 2009 Syrah 14%
Clear and bright, deep colour. Very sulphurous on the nose and punchy fruit. Lifted blakcurrent nose with white pepper. Fresh, fruity soft and long.
2. Armador 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon 13.5%
Clear and bright, medium intense. Red fruits and less sulphur! Touch of bret on the nose and eucalyptus. Frim but lacking in intensity.
3. Orzada 2011 Carmenère 13%
... br> Nearby you could see huge lorries heading into tunnels leading deep underground.
On the way back the tour stopped for a late lunch at the Campo de Coya (sweetcorn, lettuce, beetroot and rice.) We sat with a family whose father was from Chile but now living in New Mexico. His wife refused to let him drive in Chile so they were doing their holiday on public transport.
Back at the hotel we were both tired so ate in the ...
... Disaster of Rancagua" during the wars of independence and allegedly shot from the towers of the church behind.
In front of the statue was a gazebo where a big trophy was displayed and locals were queueing up to be photographed with it. It seems the local football team has won a trophy.
Across the square was another church, propped up and with cracks in, a victim of the ...
... in all of Rancagua. It is filled with all types of different art and more historical furniture I could count. The tour guide said that the building was a tribute to O'Higgins's role in Chilean Independence.
After a bit of sight seeing of the new buildings of the city, I had gone to the main attractions in downtown Rancagua. I had spent the rest of the night seeing a festival that was going on. ...
... They served an Italian seafood mix. I had a dish called Cumin-Crusted Sea Bass, a Tuscan seafood stew, and a cookies and creme crepe for dessert. I really enjoyed today and I hope that tomorrow I will find something different to do than what I did in ...