Hotel El Ciervo

General Korner 241, Villarrica, Lake District, Casilla 274, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on General Korner 241, Villarrica.
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    Travel Blogs from Villarrica


    A travel blog entry by lindb on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... Great no 1.5 hr bus journey. We head off around midday, after about an hour we head off the main road and up and up and up a dirt track for about 30 mins (17km) . We stop at various points to take photos. We eventually arrive at the Termus Goemetrics hot springs. It's a great little place with good facilities, and lots of little pools with varying temperatures from 37 to about 43 degrees. We relax and chill in the pools for a few hours - great fun and a place I ...

    Missed opportunities

    A travel blog entry by mirja.bester on Oct 29, 2013

    7 photos

    ... a big role. It the weather is not near perfect, no climbing the volcano. If it is raining, rafting becomes a problem and the only thing left to do is go to one of the many thermal pools in the area. That information made planning of our next day a lot easier as the weather was not good. So we caught a bus to Pucón (as we also couldn't rent a car due to a public holiday) and decided to find a way to get to one of those thermal pools.

    In Pucón we walked around trying ...

    "its pretty chilly here..."

    A travel blog entry by langohr101 on Apr 11, 2013

    ... and had our pick axes at hand as it was about to get very icy, windy and steep! Making are way to the ridge up the steep icy slopes were difficult and i wont lie, I'd say i was very scared, close to loosing my balance and falling down the Volcano. This seemed to be the case most of the way up for us all. If you were to fall it wouldn't be a case of sliding down a few feet. You would slide and without a pick axe at hand and knowing how to use it ...

    Mike Versus the Volcano

    A travel blog entry by whereiswagner on Mar 15, 2013

    28 photos

    ... to see no smoldering lava, and instead received a heavier taste of sulfur in my mouth. I walked the crater and looked out onto the marvelous vista we now had. You could see several other ice-capped volcanoes in the distance, as well as beautiful blue lakes and tiny towns. We were only allowed ten minutes on the crater, due to the high levels of toxicity in the air. I foolishly tried to take my sunglasses off for a picture, only to have my eyes stung by the ...

    Walking with Dinosaurs

    A travel blog entry by sophiemead on Jan 16, 2013

    55 photos

    ... brows just intensified the heat and we were packed in like battery hens, rays of sun thrashing through the windows as we zig-zagged through the valleys. 30 hours on a bus through the Atacama desert was an absolute treat compared to this. When we eventually arrived I slithered out, trying to avoid touching or looking at any fellow wet slugs but I didn't escape the heat as the outside world was a furnace just the same. Why did I deliberately ...