Casa Kreyenberg B&B
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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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... blurry in our memories. At around 2 am Ingrid retired for the evening and shortly afterwards we decided to venture into town with Jason, who miraculously remembers most of what occurred. We pushed our way through the crowded streets and alleys to a bar where Jenn unsucessfully tried to pursued a barman to fill an empty bottle of beer from the tap. At around 5 am we climbed back up the hill to our beds after Paul briefly threw a strop about all ...
After Santiago I caught a bus to the coastal city called Valparaiso. This place is famous for New Years celebrations so prices were crazy for accommodation. I paid $200 for three nights in a 10 person dorm. On the first afternoon I did the waking tour which showed us some good spots around the city. This city is so beautiful and colourful with heaps of amazing murals! After this I had an amazing dinner with two of the girls who were on the walking tour. I also tried my first Pisco Sours ...
Today was a day consisting of a 40min bus ride north to check out some beaches. We went all the way to the end of the bus line where we got off near Waimea Beach. We walked around the nearby roads in search of the beach front and found it not to far away. Awesome beach, nice area, good vibes and just what we were after. There was a bit of a swell and plenty of surfers out so jarry decided to get in. I sat peacefully on the beach and read up on a ...
... Appointed Commander in Chief of the Chilean Navy during the Chilean War of Independence. Also involved in the wars of independence of Peru, Brazil and Greece. Eventually pardoned, his knighthood reinstated and rejoins Royal Navy where he is an Admiral. Also an inventor with various patents in his name. Dies aged 84 in 1860. Seems an incredible age for someone at that time but he would have needed 84 years to pack all that in. His life and ...
... is expected to be in the mid-seventies and the skies are clear and bright blue as we set out at 930 AM. We found our guide, Leo Guzmar, outside of the passenger terminal, and the six of us climbed into the comfortable van with a few seats to spare. Our first stop is a winery in the Casablanca valley, northwest of Santiago.
After leaving the four lane expressway (something we haven't seen in a while!), we drove on ...