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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarino Porteno Valparaiso
Beautifully clean, friendly, comfortable. Absolutely amazing facilities after 7 months of travel in Latin America. Exceptional breakfast. Can´t recommend this place highly enough. Ideally situated near Portales metro and beach.
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... 4 pm. Lithium battery I put in the bike in Adelaide , with Philip King's help worked a treat.
More bike prep until dark (about 9pm).
Wednesday: Final tidy up of both bikes complete by about 10 am. Then arranged a neat package of luggage, documents and parts for Colin Kepple to collect on 4 February. At last we packed up the Aussie bike and and ate lunch for a 1pm departure. RG getting impatient.
First stop a visit to the battery shop where the nice man gave me my ...
... for the resources that we had however but that was not what I remember from that meal. What was really memorable from that dinner was sharing it with people that no more than a couple of days ago I did not even know but by the end we were sharing stories from past Thanksgivings, all of our trips, and our plans for the future. That meal, and that Thanksgiving is one that will never get meshed or blended with others but will instead stand out as a great memory for this trip and my life. ...
... at the right spot. As I later discovered this wasn't the quickest way to the hostel, but the easiest to explain and wouldn't mean trudging up any very steep hills with full kit. The houses are crammed into any available space, and the individual roads are steep, meaning that houses that appear to be bungalows actually extend several stories down on the edge of another road. As I later found out on a walking tour, most were built with shoddy not-very-weatherproof material so ...
... t frequent enough. Our first impressions when we ventured out to discover the city were strongly influenced by how cold it was, with several layers struggling to be enough, but once we got past that we really started to like this city. On our first afternoon, after discovering the seafood and fruit markets, we took the free walking tour of the city, in which we learned some of the history and events that have shaped Santiago and Chile, and took ...
... of Concepcion & Alegre that I had read were attractive & arty. It cost 30p to ride up in the little wooden car that held six. The hilltop area was lovely, full of houses & small hotels all painted in different colours many with murals. It's a chaotic mix that really works & I found myself taking lots of photos as each way you turn there's another great view. We went into the Museo de Bellas Arte ( fine arts museum) which is housed ...