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... smog this morning you could see the smog line above the city when we were on top of San Cristobal Hill. Today the weather was unusually warm of 30 degrees. Apparently this time of the year it starts to get cool. During the day we also went to Santa Lucia Park. This was a lovely park with high views over the city and a couple of different types of ...
... never love someone in a grand yet humble way, never find a purpose. I will go and go and go until there is an impossible edge or an insurmountable height, until my resources run out or the world utterly breaks my heart so I cannot bear to see any more of it. When this mood takes me, it is best for me to be alone, to walk it off. On the brink of something new and feeling the old wriggle, I decided to take myself to the summit of the other Cerro San Cristobal, the one they have here in ...
... while the “new” building was not nearly as attractive).
Without a doubt my favorite building was the Correo Central – the Post Office. It was also constructed on the edge of the Plaza de Armas, and, yep it is still a working post office. It was black and white inside, with amazing wrot iron and chandeliers. Gorgeous.
One of the cool aspects of wandering the streets around Plaza de Armas were the many pedestrian friendly roads. ...
... waited in the shade for others to gather. Chris was an American living in the city who was clearly out to ensure he gave us the best of his knowledge of the place. A really excellent introduction to the sights and wall art of Valparaiso. The Chilean Navy based here and huge Naval building dominating the square. Then we saw the street which in former times was 'the' place to live. Faded glory now but we saw and smiled at the granddaughter of one of the original ...
... to the hotel. The metro stop is about 100 metres from the hotel -very convenient. Time to rest our weary legs after about 6 hours of walking. We have seen the outside of a lot of famous buildings, couldn't enter many as it was a public holiday. We were amazed at how much was closed, even McDonalds!
We went for a walk to find somewhere for dinner. Everything is still closed, there is a nice restaurant called Baco which we went back to ...
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