Casa Kreyenberg B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Kreyenberg B&B Valparaiso
Casa Kreyenberg has done a great job of making simple comfortable. Everything is clean, consistent, and convenient. Room was warm and head a great view. We enjoyed our stay!
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... should have done is contact Martina and Enzo from Villa Kunterbunt in Valparaiso. They have a lot of experience with shipping in and out of Valpo, speak Spanish, German and English. They do mostly motorcycles for which the RHD issue is non existent, but they also do cars. They know people at Customs and they know how to fill in a Titulo de Importacion Temporal de Vehiculos (TITV). But when I got their names from my friend Esther, we were already well ...
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Večer si vyzvedneme tašky a vrátíme se do autobusového nádraží. Naložíme se na malý transfer autobus, který nás poveze asi 2 hodiny směrem ...
... hop in and then get out when you want. Whilst in the city I went on the free walking tour, they are always informative and you get a good idea of your bearings and learn some interesting facts along the way. There is a lot of professional graffiti in the city which is pretty impressive. It came about as people were fed up of just tag graffiti so home owners hired the artists to graffiti their house walls as other artists will not tag over another artists work out of respect. The ...
... headed out towards Viña Del Mar and Valpariso. The tour promised a trip to a vineyard on the way, which are presuming was the photo taking opportunity next to a vineyard on a motorway sliproad! We also stopped off at a small cafe where we had the chance to try traditional sweet cakes and a drink that is only served on one holiday a year. It tasted a bit like beer and wine mixed together. Me and Lara were fans, but Aliza wasn´t convinced! The cafe had some pet Lamas ...
... and cats were very excited about having extra people to fuss over them. Mum and dad have been religiously reading my blog but still wanted to hear all my stories in person and to see all my most recent photos. The next day I didn't get a ridiculous-o-clock wake up call to my relief and instead we got up at a reasonable time and caught the bus and train to Valparaiso where one of Willie's friends was going to give us a guided tour of the city. He worked ...