Cabanas Los Maitenes

Address: Ave. Las Gaviotas, Parcela 39, Valparaiso, Chile | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ave. Las Gaviotas, Parcela 39, Valparaiso, is near Church of Achao.
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Travel Blogs from Valparaiso

Bit of rubbish day

A travel blog entry by hils80 on Feb 26, 2015

... even further to another hostel - gutted as we were looking forward to the pool! Apparently they hadn't paid their bills. Ended up in insolante or something like that hostel. Checked in really small dingy room with no air as in middle of hostel with 3 guys, had to make own bed which not had to do for a while and on top bunks so difficult to do. Went to supermarket as Sanne wanted to make chili con carne and bought more wine - getting a habit drinking a ...

San Francisco of Sth America?

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 27, 2015

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... are over 100 years old, very steep and cheap to use. We went on two, and the second seemed to be almost vertical and it felt doubtful if we would make it to the top!!. The alternative is to use the steps that are all around, often over one hundred in a set. The streets are narrow and very steep as well and take a bit of negotiating. Many of them are named after the nationality of the people who lived in them - German, ...

Valparaiso and sea day

A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Dec 22, 2014

... our decision to just walk around the next two ports. Apparently they have great markets and we have Chilean pesos to spend. Weather forecast for the next 3 days is for no rain and temperatures of up to 18 degrees. Fingers crossed! Dinner tonight was with a couple from Eden, Australia and a couple from USA. Another interesting evening. Still no photos. Have found out the problem is with Travelpod not us. Not sure when/if it will be ...

Leader of the Pack

A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Nov 06, 2014

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... case though. The graffiti started back in the 1970s during the dictorial, oppressive regime of Pinochet. Graffiti was a way of protesting and was considered a form of vandalism. When Chile became more democratic however, the street art continued and the city hall decided that it was OK as long as it contributed to the urban area. In the past there has been problems with artists tagging walls (basically just spraying their street 'signature' on the wall) which is a ...

Chilling at the Chilly Chilean Border

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 15, 2014

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... quite some way without getting stamped out of Argentina, but assumed it must just be similar to the process going the other way. We soon pulled up at Los Libertadores border control area and there were quite a few buses ahead of us in the queue, which we didn't think much of at the time. We should have maybe begun to think it might be a slow process when they brought round a lunchtime snack and put a new movie on while ...

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