Apart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
The Hotel is walking distanz to Downtown and , pretty old , the Lady Owner keep a lot of plant in Hallways and common Aera which softens the old rundown image somewhat
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... even so not a shop or open restaurant apparent – bring a picnic!
Did some shopping as more than 2 shops in this village but
had to do so before siesta and therefore before trolling around the colonial fort.
The colonial fort was right on the beach and not greatly elevated or huge so
not a big issue – one of a string protecting the mouth of the river and ingress
20km later to Valdivia. Not only ...
... Valdivia all the way (normally 20 minutes, with taking pictures twice as much - sorry ;) had too) to the Pacific.
Nope. Didn't look it up. Did I fail? :D
There we visited some smaller villages. Very pretty though. Actually very very pretty.
And you have such a beautiful view at the ocean from there but see yourselves.
Also, atm the Ramos family is extended as there is one son from Chiloé visiting with his fam.
On the second day, I woke up pretty late ;). Wonder why.
(BTW: nights in Chile in Winter are C-O-L-D, cover yourself totally – head to toes or you'll freeze ;) )
After managing to get away from my (very convincingly comfy and warm) bed I got up and went down to the kitchen just to meet a stranger ;).
She turned out to be the "Nana", the housekeeper, who is cleaning and cooking three days a week for my ...
... that reads Iglesia del Seņor Apostolica Las Lumas' - I've decided no such sign exists - 'exactly 350m past this sign on the same side of the road is the small unmarked gravel entrance roadī. The friendly chap at the national park had said 'itīs between the police station and the crossroads' - there's the police station, but, um, what crossroads?
We found it on what I think was our fifth attempt at that stretch of road. It was shut.
... 3 course lunch which is very common apparently in South America so we must keep an eye out for those. Otherwise, Dan has been braving the local supermarket and miming what she wants, to the merriment of those working there, and has produced a cooked breakfast which is certainly a welcome change from cold bread and jam. Yep, that's breakfast in hostels in South America!