Apart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
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Did my Oil & Filter change early morning , no surprices all good , Maschine is running good, was about Finish when the early morning Fog lifted, the climate here is very similar to Santa Paula in California ,cooler Nights
and nice 75 F days.Nice Day for Riding , took my Bike and went south along the Coast to Tongoy and it felt good being on …
... repairs... for the next three years! That was supposed to be the highlight of the day, so our guide then arranged a last minute cruise up the river. We opted out and headed back to the hotel for some R&R. Good decision on our part as apparently the cruise was *****. Tried to find eats near our place but everything was close, bar the dodgy looking a Chinese place right next to our hotel. As suspected, it was nothing special.
... the main game - sliced white bread spread with raw (and I mean raw) minced beef. For the first 5 minutes between fits of laughter it became apparent that there was no stove or mini grill coming - that was it. Out of respect, through a will of steel and with some regular table condiment assistance, Jade ate half and Paul finished the serve all the while laughing and trying to choke back the repercussions. A tip for new players - "Crudo" in Spanish means ...
... coffee’s now.......problem solved.
On arrival to the hotel, built in 1896 noteworthy for its Swiss architecture, where a nice lunch in a glass house type restaurant with views of the lake was served, the day actually started off quite cool and by lunchtime it was very warm. Activities of boat rides, horse riding through forests, lake-fishing kayaking, 4 x 4 trips were offered however we were just happy ...
... see the German influence.
We stopped along the way to photographs these lakes. When we had nothing to photograph we would stand together and do a group pose.
The windy road soon found their way to our lunch stop for the day, inside of a market area. It was absolutely amazing in there, with vendors of all sorts, ready to sell a narrow range of food and drink. For drink, there is beer, wine, pop and a sweetened mate with wheat on the ...
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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