B&B Girasoles de Agua Santa
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Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar
... it's hard to differentiate the boundaries during this quick trip. After some searching and asking around we left the port area and we found a spot, out of the blue called Portifino. It sounded Italian and I was ready to have some Italian food ( and besides the boys are such picky eaters I know they will be good with pasta). We had a great meal overlooking the Pacific! Fresh seafood, some white wine and great weather! I ...
... 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 ...
... our heads for a bit and then a bus pulls up a the traffic lights and happens to have its door open, I poke my head in and say Con Con? Si he replies and then as the lights turn green he waves us on furiously saying come, come. I thrust a couple of pounds his way and he gives me four tickets plus change as he drives off at a furious pace. It's a case of hang on tight and enjoy the ride, we've seen these hurtling around and the looked like they'd be fun and it ...
... bought this extraordinary, four-storey house in the seaside town of Vina a few years ago and have plans to convert it into a 10 bedroom B&B. When I first contacted Marisol some 9 months ago on the internet, she was offering a 5 bed, 4 bath house-exchange, with all mod-cons. When we arrived, we found we had one floor, one bedroom, one bathroom, a sitting room, small kitchen (with no mod-cons) and a dining room with a magnificent chandelier. ...
... had chosen to cooked clams for our fish course we of course had to visit the fish market. The most unpleasant smell ever, couldn't wait to get out! We then visited several other stalls to collect the rest of the items including; corn, fruit, chicken, mince, olives, raisins and lots of spices. Once we had all the items we needed we headed to the cooking school where we would learn about the Chilean cuisine and be thought how to make several traditional dishes. The 5 ...
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