Pablo Neruda was a great collector. His hobby was to collect the most varied things of interest: seashells, books, bottles, masks and ... homes. Neruda had the great necessity, to consolidate his existence where he was and where he was going. His life was always referenced around a dwelling house: the childhood home in Temuco, Maruri street pension in his youth in Santiago, home in "Los Guindos" with Delia del Carril, "The Chascona" with Matilde, "the Manquel" in French Normandy, "La Sebastiana" in Valparaiso and definitive and total home: the house in Isla Negra. We invite you to open three house museums: The Chascona, La Sebastiana and Isla Negra House.
Nomenclature utilized; B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner BL=box lunch
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