Hotel Mediterraneo

Address: Cienfuegos 509, La Serena, Chile | Inn
 
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Location

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

Parqe Nacional La Campana and the Elqui Valley

A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Jan 22, 2015

1 comment, 54 photos

... of years old. There was an arts and music festival taking place so the city square was filled with stalls selling their wears, street performers, dancers and a main stage with bands. Most of the music was new age Spanish not to interesting but there were several Chilean dancers performing that was interesting.

The next day before heading out of La Serena we went down to check out the beaches it is famous for. It was a bit like Venice Beach in LA, a long boardwalk running along ...

Chile

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Dec 20, 2014

19 photos

Everyone we have met told us Chile would be expensive. Our hopes of this being an exaggeration diminished as soon as we hit our first Chilean town of San Pedro de Atacama. Our budget cringed when we discovered we would have to pay double that of what we have been paying for accommodation and almost triple that of food. We stopped for two nights in the small town in the middle of the desert which is the border checkpoint between Peru, Bolivia and Argentina. Because of this, the ...

La Serena/Santiago

A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... organized and resting up. We took showers and then headed out to walk around the town and find a tour to visit Isla Damas, the penguin reserve that brought us to La Serena in the first place. The town of La Serena is very nice, bustling but not super busy. We visited a few different tour companies before deciding that one called Ecoturismo sounded good and would pick us up right from the hostel. We booked that and then headed to get some lunch. There was ...

Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 21, 2014

167 photos

... up teenagers seeking to avoid the wrath of their fathers. I am told that many Chilean parents actually believe that the Trauco fathered their illegitimate grandchildren.

So while they may be hopelessly gullible, the Chileans are some of the warmest and most endearing people I have met on my travels.

I left the deserts of Chile reeking of camp fire, with a full repertoire of dirty Chilenismos, Chamelfo!











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Petroglyphs, Stars and fine wines

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 18, 2014

10 photos

... we ended up on un-metaled roads through tiny hamlets and were lost. After accosting various locals and using GPS on my phone we found the main road we should have taken and got to the entrance. It was at this point it was clear that out driver had no sense of direction whatsoever. We stopped at the security gate and he was given directions for the next two hundred yards and still managed to get lost and have to do a complete U-turn. You ...