Puerto Natura

Hector Calvo 850, Valparaiso, Chile | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Hector Calvo 850, Valparaiso, is near La Sebastiana (Pablo Neruda's House), Plaza Sotomayor, Futaleufu River, and Parliament Building.
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    Travel Blogs from Valparaiso

    La risa es el lenguaje del alma.

    A travel blog entry by mjolly on Jun 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... we went to a museum called Museo de la Memoria. Augusto Pinochet was dictator of Chile from 1973 to 1990. Pinochet implemented many policies that allowed for the Chilean economy to really grow and prosper. However, during his 17 years of dictatorship, thousands of Chileans "disappeared" (were killed), thousands more were tortured and imprisoned, and hundreds of thousands went into exile. This museum had news ...

    Casablanca Valley

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Again, a great wine.

    To settle the stomach and close the meal we were presented with a small chilled liquor which I think they called “Arokano” although I cannot find reference to this. Rather like Coca-cola and Angostura or a mild form of Unicum this was rather pleasant for me and my fellow Hungarian experienced traveller but very nasty for the others! Still, we each got an extra one to try!

    And so to bed after another packed ...


    A travel blog entry by nloon on Mar 09, 2014

    39 photos

    ... for many years. It is now in the midst of a comeback but is still well behind the neighboring Vina Del Mar where all Valparaiso's richer residents moved after a massive earthquake in 1906 that caused widespread devastation in the area.

    The graffiti is really good and can be seen all over the city. Many of the residents actively seek out artists to paint their houses as it prevents idiots from tagging their ...

    The wedding singer

    A travel blog entry by meggles on Jan 18, 2014

    ... new cat in the last few days. The lunch was asked of fun and rounded up with some of Magda's home made liquors as well as apricot crumble, delicious. We moved over to the swimming pool and swam and teased mousse with the fake duck mum and dad had brought out as a replacement for the Christmas duck. Mousse hadn't v realised it wasn't real and got very exited about it. When every one left we had a quiet evening chatting, all aware it was our last evening together.

    Street dogs and graffiti

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 05, 2014

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... feces and broken glass that is everywhere. All the while our backpack seemed to grow heavier as the sun and jumping took there tole. The graffiti for the main part was not what we would call artistic and there were bars on every window and door of the buildings we passed. Arriving at the hostel we were greeted us in Spanish, sadly our Spanish is not great and the lady was not confident at English, so naturally the solution was to speak in German! It turned out ...