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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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... to find a nice cake shop but failed! Then went for walking tour - really cool as lasted over 3 hours, took us around a lot of the city including up funiculars, free alfohoras, trolebus ride and free alcoholic drink at end and lots of recommendations for food drink and restaurants to try and saw lots of street art. After we went to but sd card for Sanne then took one of their recommendations and went to via ...
... knife from Argentina (with a sheath made specially to fit it) which Derek will use on the tough steak I cook. In one shop, there was a hippie-looking French couple and it turns out she lived in Los Altos Hills in California where we lived. They were scratching out a living with their 10 month old boy and then were going to Columbia to learn about organic farming. Glad our children are more conservative!! Derek bought a ...
... have passed by the morning. Sopping wet we collected our backpacks hailed a taxi and headed across the Argentinian boarder into Puerto Iguazu. The boarder crossing was painless and soon enough we were heading into the town to find some currency. Obtaining Argentine Peso's is a funny business! Currency exchange works on an official rate and a blue dollar rate. To draw pesos out from a cash machine you get around 13 to the pound. The blue dollar rate gives ...
... rather than the kids). Boris took us on a tour of the local markets to buy the fresh ingredients for the evening's cooking. It was then back to the kitchen, but before the strains of the actual cooking we tasted a few of the local wines and learnt to make Pisco Sours - Chile's aperitif. Although it seems it's a bit of a sore subject as to whether Chile or Peru invented it first - a bit like the New Zealand/Australia war over the pavlova. Anyway, I digress. Pisco Sour - ...
... to our hostel. The taxi ride was startling. Driving these roads must only make sense to the locals. The road were wide, skinny, concrete, cobbled, steep, flat and windy. At one spot, the driver went on the curb due to the narrowness of the street. He dropped us off at what looked like a construction site. Feeling very confused, he told us to walk straight and down the "elevator" (stairs). We followed as directed, and ended up in a hostal that wasn't ours! Not ...