Hostal Reloj de Flores B&B
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Today we got a public bus for 50p along the coast to a beach called Renaca, hunting for some waves for Alex to surf. Sadly the sea was pretty flat but the beach was lovely and almost empty, so we picked a spot for a sunbathe and settled down. After a while we noticed the sky getting cloudy, and soon enough realised it wasn't cloud - it was smoke! Over the hill out of sight something was on fire and ...
... is not the best recommendation. We settled ourselves outside under an umbrella and were soon joined by the owner, Mr Botha himself, an itinerant South African. He rather bemused us by telling us we had wasted our time going to Loma Larga but we soon discovered tha this judgement was clouded by an ancient feud. In addition to supervising a really superb meal he did, however, open an array of unusual bottles from his considerable list of favourite producers in ...
... 1800's huge ships have sailed into it's ports with chucks from glaciers in the far south to preserve the fruits and vegetables of South America to the fruit deprived North American continent during our winters. As another result of it's location and significance it's also got a multi cultural flavor, seen most readily it's architecture. Colorful houses with elements of French, Spanish, and German architecture, ...
We arrived at the coast and were pleased with the bed and breakfast that I found. It is a neat old house converted to a b&b. It is in a residential area...maybe not the best part of Vina del Mar, but we are pleased anyway.
It has been interesting attempting to communicate and playing charades with our hosts and the people that we come across in ...
... petitioned for UNESCO and got it in 2003!!! Now no building can change the traditional Valpo style. Just imagine lots of colors and lots of awesome art!
Also because the city is hilly it has elevators, some even have them directly to their homes! BTW this is the 2nd largest city in Chile.
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