Cabanas de Cumbres Blancas

Camino Las Termas Km 71, Chillan, 239, Chile | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Camino Las Termas Km 71, Chillan.
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    Travel Blogs from Chillan

    Amazing City Day

    A travel blog entry by waynesharfro on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    We left Santa Cruz after an amazing 2 days of much needed rest. The drive south to Chillan was interesting and sad. There was still much evidence of earthquake damage. The areas that we traveled through suffered the most damage in the 2010 quake. It is estimated to be up to 30 billion US dollars in damage. As we drove along, the areas became less populated and less "third world" looking.

    The drive was much less than we expected...according to ...

    Bring on the waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by redkeels on Mar 30, 2012

    6 photos

    ... Laja with us and get the bus from Los Angeles in stead of spending all day sat in a bus terminal. When we finally got to Los Angeles (not the one in USA!) the bus decided to break down. The handbrake had stuck. I think this part of the trip was destined to fail me! By the time we found the bus terminal and got Tania's ticket, then got to a garage so that they could look at the handbrake, it was already 7 pm.

    We ...

    Chillan

    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Jan 22, 2011

    6 photos

    ... a door into a courtyard and into the hostel which had only three rooms. It looked a bit rough at first glance but it was clean, quiet, had a full kitchen and a computer station.

    The price of this hostel included breakfast and this consisted of yogurt, cereals, bread, butter, homemade jam and eggs. It was very good. We toured the local market, the largest we have seen so far, and purchased fruits and veggies as well as the ...

    Fiestas patrias. ¡Feliz bicentenario!

    A travel blog entry by colleenallcars on Sep 17, 2010

    43 photos

    ... affected, if not the most affected, cities from the earthquake. Concepcion had very minimal damage compared to Talcahuano. Almost each block, a building or two was completely leveled. Chunks were missing out of apartment complexes and the roads were in shambles. Most of the roads were gravel. Construction sites were in every corner. Talcahuano reminded me very much of Valparaiso. It is a port city, with equally as many hills as Valpo. We entered a military base, ...

    Rainy Days and Sunday Can't Get Me Down

    A travel blog entry by nakiaford on Jul 07, 2009

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... pronounced Quota). It is a tax they have to pay for the things that they by. They place where they pay this tax is THE MALL. You pay your taxes and the go shopping HOW CRAZY IS THAT!! While Eliana pays the Cuota, Raul shows me around the mall. I have seen a hundred malls in my lifetime and this one in no different. I was starting to get bored but I saw how excited Raul was to show me this beautiful mall that I could not suck the wind out ...

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