Hotel Parque Quilquico

Quilquico Rural s/n, Castro, Isla Chiloe, 56, Chile | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $187.00
 

Travel Blogs from Castro

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A travel blog entry by suebar

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... near to him and this caused feedback so that the interference was dreadful and we ended up removing the headsets before the end of the speech which was quite long. The captain talked about the man who had founded the shipping company and devised the cruise, among other things. He was one of a large number of children of a local fisherman and grew up to be a fisherman himself. As a young man he saw the San Rafael Glacier. He had drive and ambition ...

51. Chiloe - Ancud, Dalcahue, Chonchi, Castro

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... some penguins nearby but unfortunately they had gone on their holidays by the time we arrived. The landscape is amazing though and there were cows, blackberries and the sea which were a decent substitute. Where we stayed was the strangest bit-we arrived at a hostel/b&b and they were just about to eat so they gave us some food. Obviously this was very nice of them, but at this point we didn't quite realise how intense our stay was going to be. The hostel had burnt ...

Puerto Montt to Castro

A travel blog entry by susieandgray

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... of blood which had dripped onto the neck of her horse during our ride! Now the wound was neatly bound and we set off once again, sad that our ride was coming to an end.

We said our farewells to Canela and Juan and were driven back into town, stopping to see the magnificent Catholic St. Frances of Assisi cathedral, bright yellow and so unusually constructed completely of wood inside.

Back to the ship and ...

A different view of Chile

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl

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... start in planning our route and Eoin with street map in hand, was in his element.

The self guided walk took us through the town centre and past the Iglesia San Fransisco, Castro’s main church, resplendently painted in canary yellow with pink coloured steeples. From every vantage point in the city, this church was easily spotted and became a very useful landmark as we made our way by foot across the town.

In fact nearly every ...

Chonchi by the Pacific

A travel blog entry by couillard

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... Book of records as the longest motorable road in the world with 48,000 km. We are staying in Chonchi, in another cute little cabin but this time it is the Pacific Ocean that we see from our balcony. On our way down we stopped to take pictures of several churches, there is a special tourist circuit just for ...

Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Quilquico Rural s/n, Castro, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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