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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... The former was so different from anything we have in Oz whilst the latter was the poor man's version of the Gold Coast. Much of Valparaiso is built on steep hills surrounding the town. Incredible architecture. This was once the most important maritime destination of the Pacific coast before the Panama Canal was built in 1914.
The hills are home to ...
... by some as heart attack food.
We took the trolley bus to Plaza Victoria, one of town's main squares and walked up towards Cerro Bellavista. On the way we stopped at the Little Square of Dreams, a small area with seating decorated with broken ceramic tiles.
The tour ended with a chicha and white wine mixed drink, it's a typical drink for the portenos, while Pricilla made sure we had everything we wanted to visit marked on our map.
The tour ...
... There's no slowing down he's either driving flat out or standing on the brakes. That it except when he stops at an ice cream vendor and shouts out to him until he gets on to give drive an ice cream. We see the dunes but they flash by in seconds in a bit of a blur, we seem to have arrived somewhere popular so leap out with most of the other passengers before the bus disappears in a cloud of dust. Seems a good choice, descend down a big hill onto a massive ...
... be as followed: Homemade bread and original salsa White wine and Parmesan clams Empanadas Pastel de choclo Fruit and honey Once we were there we tasted 4 wines, 3 reds and 1 white all from the near by casablanca valley, a great wine growing region in central Chile. We were shown how to taste the wine properly, starting off by smelling it, then adding oxygen to it by swilling it around and smelling it again. Then we took a sip and sucked air into, swilled it around ...
*OMG! The graffiti/street art is AMAZING!! So inspiring, creative, beautiful. *Flea markets, fresh fruit/veg & fish market near bus station *Stairs, hills & more stairs... No funiculars working due to public service strike *Where's Wally walking tour, following someone with a red/white striped shirt around town *Homemade scrumptious Alfajores (two biscuits with caramel in middle & coated in chocolate) *Cheap ancient electric trolley buses, crazy 'micros' ...