Casa Olga B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Olga B&B Vina del Mar
This was our first b & b we have stayed in. It met all our expectations and more, it is a beautiful home, the hosts were really lovely and went out of their way to help us, the breakfast was fit for a king! Fantastic place, definitely reccomend to anyone.
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... one end or the other. We chose the south in the end, I'm not sure why but it was great that we did because when we got there, we walked straight in passing the security which didn't seem to question us or anything. Result, first challenged accomplished, now to prevent getting kicked out if they realise we're not residents here. The pool was huge, breath taking in face, it was around a mile in length and was so beautifully crystal clear. Obviously ...
... are concentrated among certain years, obviously years of military conflict and casualty.
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"He preferred the table by the entrance, from which he could contemplate the hundred-year-old palms in the plaza and the statue of Neptune seated amid the rocks and the multicolored fish of a fountain, as well as the cemetery at the top of Carcel Hill, a capricious graveyard that, in every eqarthquake, spewed an avalanche of mausoleum bricks, wood crosses, and ramshackle coffins full ...
... and then invited me last minute. But im tagging along. And I am looking forward to going to the FIFA qualifying game Chile vs. Uruguay game on Tuesday in Santiago.
Very busy week coming up so hopefully a good eventful blog late next week.
"I'm not sure what I'll do but, well, I want to go places and see people. I want my mind to grow. I want to live where things happen on a big scale. " ~F. Scott Fitzgerald
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