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, 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 ...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

A travel blog entry by funlou22 on Dec 15, 2014

23 photos

... oldest city in Chile with some amazing monuments and old buildings to we thought we would take a look. It took us about 45 mins to get there but the weather was beautiful and the walk was pleasant. We arrived in the city and was greeted by some Christmas markets in full swing. So we had a browse and enjoyed some local Christmas homemade food. After a few hours we walked back to the hostel to ...


A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 07, 2014

11 photos

... the food so we headed for the Japanese Garden. It cost 1,000 pesos each to get in but it was worth the money. The garden had been designed and built by Japanese people from Tokyo so it was very authentic and well maintained.

Across the road from the Japanese Garden was Parque Pedro de Valdivia with a small 'zoo'. There were cages with a desert fox, guanacos, sheep, giant tortoise, emu, ostrich and sadly condors too. The cages were way too small for ...

Chile Part Three: The Sand and Stars of the North

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 21, 2014

167 photos

... about our shiny nocturnal supervisors and see them up close through the lense of a telescope.

I arrived from La Serena to the town of Vicuņa, the 'capital' of the Elqui Valley. From there I would need to get a bus deeper into the valley to Pisco. But I decided to first take a stroll around, the place had an alluring charm about it.

I left Vicuņa as the Chile v Holland game kicked off and arrived in Pisco at half time. The town ...

The wheels on the bus go round and round

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 14, 2014

... Indonesian landscape. What's the point in travelling if you don't hit the open road?

Ten minutes into the journey...

Bread eaten, all electronic devices being used simultaneously resulting in inefficient hemorrhaging of battery biscuits.

Two hours later.....

“ARRRGGGHHHHHHHH, I hate you all, get off my bus you ***** and that includes you Mr chain smoking bus driver along with your gimpish friends who ...