Villa Del Rio Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Villa Del Rio Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Del Rio Hotel Valdivia
Travel Blogs from Valdivia
... Region too.
As we walked up the riverside we came to the fish market but it was already closed and they were washing it down. There were a few big sealions hanging out by the market and one in particular that seemed abnormally huge.
The boys wanted to watch the Champions League game between Liverpool and Real Madrid so we rushed through the city to an Irish Pub, Clover, that was showing it. While the boys watched the ...
... set on the junction of the self same river & the Pacific,
but winding its way out from behind a fine sand bar. Behind the bar were cute
tiny islands covered with seabirds and further upriver and down the coast were
the famous local larch forests.
Had a stroll around in the 45 mins before the bus back – the
one after was not for nearly 5 hours, ok in summer when you can enjoy the sandy
... of roadworks was over 20 mins late but luckily Jorge
was waiting & spotted me – had 2 shopping bags on top of the usual
backpacks so was very glad he waited. Drove the 20 odd k to Niebla along the
river – the views were wonderful then but amazing once we got about 2km uphill
to his place.
Pretty much straightaway sat down for a big steak lunch with
Victor, his employee and wine. The 2 dogs, Leo and Juanita, sat ...
... I do not get food from them ;).
One of their grandchildren was over at the house for a night as well and he gave me my new name (Juli - with a real German J).
I was also cooking in the kitchen for the first time and I figured I can add gas stove to my "things I'm scared of" list. They make ugly sounds.
Today my host parents also had a strange thing called alcachofa for lunch and I got one too. Coulnd't figure out what it was ...
... were vague, but it was a single main road: a case of 'if you end up in Argentina you've gone too far'. Having found it without too much trouble and retrieved maps from the enthusiastic manager of this section of the park, we did a couple of short hikes out to some waterfalls.
Walking along the shore of one of them, Lee managed to put his foot in it - literally. His face froze in panic. The rock he had stepped on to was ...