Mantagua Hotel & Village

Address: Camino Quintero, 3km de Concon, Vina del Mar, Chile | Resort
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This resort, located on Camino Quintero, 3km de Concon, Vina del Mar, is near Renaca and Sausalito Lagoon.
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      A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Apr 12, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... TWO We wake to find that the city has been placed under the control of the armed forces, several are reported dead and five hundred home destroyed. It's been a bit of a broken nights sleep due to reinforcement arriving to replacing what must be exhausted crews. We walk over the the main square and it's now the major staging post for the emergency services. The square is full of dozens of fire trucks, water bowsers, the army and resting fire crews. There is a ...

      Shaken by earthquake and rocked by Elvis

      A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Feb 02, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... bought this extraordinary, four-storey house in the seaside town of Vina a few years ago and have plans to convert it into a 10 bedroom B&B. When I first contacted Marisol some 9 months ago on the internet, she was offering a 5 bed, 4 bath house-exchange, with all mod-cons. When we arrived, we found we had one floor, one bedroom, one bathroom, a sitting room, small kitchen (with no mod-cons) and a dining room with a magnificent chandelier. ...

      Valparaíso, a day trip from Santiago

      A travel blog entry by tjarnen on Nov 28, 2013

      23 photos

      Not many hours of sleep, but I managed to get up in time. Got up from bed 15 minutes before 7. The breakfast was already on the table, so we had time to eat before we left. Just two slices of bred with butter and jam, two cookies and a cup of coffee. I probably couldn't have eaten more anyway. We didn't really know how to get to Valparaíso, neither me nor Ellen. But we knew we had to be there before 10.00am if we wanted to do the free walking tour that ...


      A travel blog entry by niptonlee on May 15, 2013

      3 photos

      The day started off with the usual breakfast before we took the metro to Vaparasio. It was a town that was bordered by the ocean and busy ports. Conspicuous slums lined the slopes of the town all over, we took a Funicular to one of those slums clusters on the slope. We came across a bunch of kids who wore uniforms altered to the theme of the Navy. Turns out they were supposed to visit ...

      Our first DIY tour

      A travel blog entry by bananamoozie on Mar 10, 2013

      13 photos

      ... exiting the ascensor there was a great view of the town below, lots colourful buildings, and another map. We decided to keep walking in random directions.  Before we knew it we´d wandered back down to the town level. We grabbed some ice creams and kept walking, although this time in the direction of Pablo Neruda's house.  After looking at the map, we headed to another ascensor... it was shut and clearly hadn't´t run in years based on the plants growing on ...