Hotel Mediterraneo

Address: Cienfuegos 509, La Serena, Chile | Inn
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This inn, located on Cienfuegos 509, La Serena, is near Elqui Valley, Avenida del Mar, Damas Island, and Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from La Serena

Getting Back to the Ocean

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 06, 2014

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... walked towards the town centre, past couple of churches and through some nice streets with shops and cafes, to Plaza de Armas, the main square. A little further on we arrived at Mercado La Recova which now has handicrafts stalls on the ground floor and food stalls upstairs which are not recommended by locals.

Next to the Mercado was a supermarket, we seemed to be drawn into the shop and walked the aisles without buying anything, just marveling at all the ...

Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 21, 2014

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... they are most active. So the early morning wake-up was unavoidable.

Oh my vicuña it was cold! Standing outside with a temperature of approximately -20, it was difficult to really appreciate the beauty of the steam and boiling water erupting from the craters all around us, leaving beautiful pale plumes in the air.

Once the sun was properly up and we were given our tea and breakfast, and a boiled egg to warm the hands, everyone's ...

A Champagne Supernova in the sky

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Mar 29, 2014

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... drink. The town's renaming was seen as a statement that Chile, and not Peru, discovered this drink and are responsible for delivering it to the world. Talk about grapes of wrath. Despite all the focus on the fruits of Pisco Elqui, unfortunately our few hours in town were fairly disenchanting. Our guidebook failed to mention that the world famous distillery doesn't provide tours in English and rub salt into the wound, the 'taste tour' had been removed from the ...

Petroglyphs, Stars and fine wines

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 18, 2014

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... the harvest which was due in the following couple of weeks!). This ended with us all in their Laboratory which was the unusual location for our tasting!

1. Viognier 2013 13.5%

Clear and bright with a stone fruit nose of ripe pears. Rich with good acidity and apricot notes and some texture.

2. Rosé 2013 13.5%

The first rosé we had been given in Chile (if my memory is good). This was made from Syrah ...

La Sarena and the Elqui Valley

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Feb 25, 2014

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... and ventured into the Elqui Valley, an hour away by bus. So, on Sunday morning, after a relaxing breakfast and my first run around town, we walked to the bus terminal and caught the next bus to Vicuña, a low key town, population 24,000, famous for its climate, perfect for growing grapes and specifically well known for its pisco grapes and local distillery. Upon arrival, we noticed that the apparently,normally tranquil central plaza had been transformed for the ...