Cabanas Los Maitenes

Ave. Las Gaviotas, Parcela 39, Valparaiso, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Valparaiso

Heading West

A travel blog entry by boothbj


... and wandered on to a bus to be transported to the Princess. I don't think either of us fully appreciated how big this ship was going to be. A picture doesn't do it justice. With 2600 passengers and 1100 crew the ship is big, however, I have heard there are ships out there that can hold 8000 people! Nuts. Our mini suite is really roomy, we have a sitting room, full bath and a massive closet. Thank goodness! The boat got underway ...

Days 86-90: Santiago to Valparaiso

A travel blog entry by rjcannin


... paint any one house or building. They even allow graffiti to stay as long as it is okayed by the owner of the building. In fact, a lot of people commission artists to paint huge murals on the sides of their homes. With all the different colours you see looking out over the city, it feels more like you are looking at a painting than a town. The pictures that we got don't even look real. During our time in Valparaiso we also got to spend an afternoon ...

Days 6, 7 & 8

A travel blog entry by aaronandperi


... dictionaries so there was only one way to find out what it one. It's basically a minced meat, onion and spices concoction, absolutely delicious. After refuelling we decided to check out Pablo Naruda's house...which of course had to be right at the top of the hill, and the sun had come out by now and it was starting to get very hot again. So we begun yet another long walk up the hill. For some reason all the fire hydrants were on all the way there, so we kept having to ...

Last night in Valparaiso

A travel blog entry by top-of-the-hill


... br> We went to Cinzano for our last night as it is considered an institution in Valparaiso. Didn't quite live up to what we had expected. Think maybe they live a bit too much on the history of the place.

Had dinner at Le Pimenton and thoroughly enjoyed the meal - well priced and good honest food.

Valparaiso: a city of many hills and colours

A travel blog entry by alexennis269


... an important port in the transatlantic trading route. The British left the most significant mark on the culture and language. People here say "living" instead of "sala de estar" (for "living room") and Chile is one of the few South American countries we have visited so far where the omnipresent mate has been replaced by the "more civilized" English equivalent of tea.
After the opening of the Panama canal in 1914, ships no longer needed to sail through the ...


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