Apart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
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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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Meanwhile, in order to get a toehold in life most people follow plans made by others. Most people follow maps that have been made by others in order to avoid getting lost in life. They forget the old proverb that states: “It is better to be lost than to follow a map made by tourists.” Those who fail to find and follow the dream of their life remain but tourists in this world, visitors who never fully buy into ...
Sunday we set off for the Lake District of Chile. Our first stop is Valdivia to check in to the cottage we rented for the night which were painted very bright and had the appearance of a small German community. Valdivia is on the coast and a bustling community. Since we were there on a Sunday we had the opportunity to see the leisurely side of Chile. Many families out walking, hand in hand, as a matter of observation throughout our entire time in Chile "family" was ...
... Niebla by car ferry not before Tracy and Cristina made a mad dash to the local shop to buy some crisps ....we were starving and there were no places for a nice coffee and cake in Corral only wooden huts and small kiosks selling coca cola and crisps....... A very relaxed way to live. Once on board the ferry we were off back to Niebla. A decision was made by all to take the local bus to Valdivia to eat, drink and be merry!!! Alongside the local fish and vegetable market ...
Mainly the family plus a local yachtie and his Danish
friends plus a talented Valdivian singer and guitarist. I was put in amongst
all the guys which was a challenge but fun! Had done my bit preparing things,
cleaning, etc and keeping all the fires going, so happy to enjoy some wine and
the excellent feast in between the washing up etc.
Ricardo stayed the night so had to fend him off before he
... my passport ;).
Flying with LAN is awesome. The seat and the service was really good (although everything was in Spanish and ordering breakfast was a challenge as I did not and still do not have any idea what the second menu included).
The food (Tortellini and “huevos revueltos”) was nice though.
At first, I had a family with two little children sitting in front of me but they left the plane in Madrid (thank God) ...