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

Family Activities

A travel blog entry by cooks on Sep 29, 2015

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... Simon Says). We both participated in the games. Lots of fun! Then it was time to go. It was already sad to say goodbye. We will get to spend a little more time with the family on Saturday, but that doesn't seem like enough now. We had so much fun with them today! Everyone was laughing, teasing, making jokes. Chad commented that he wished we could be spending the rest of the week just with them. We found out today that Ignacio has sponsors, but Gaspar does not. ...

Bit of rubbish day

A travel blog entry by hils80 on Feb 26, 2015

... 3, strange. Then went to a coffee shop had a juice and chilled then took bus as bianca had recommended to Sanne an area to go to see the graffiti - mission and dodgy area, two people told us whilst asking for directions that it was dodgy. No better Graf than other places. Then went to market and had to wait ages for our empanadas and then they didn't bring plates or cutlery! So two reco's from bianca were rubbish! Started to walk back, popped in ...

San Francisco of Sth America?

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 27, 2015

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... British etc. So, after a while, you are not so aware of the poor condition of the houses but rather enjoy the feel of the place.
Lunch was at a restaurant with a view of the houses and the ocean but it was a foggy day. We returned to our van to see our drop dead gorgeous driver sound asleep. Derek took a photo of him and the female guide was beside herself. Derek showed him the photo later as we parted ways and he laughed ...

Valparaiso and Vina del Mar

A travel blog entry by jcarlin on Jan 10, 2015

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... was right.

But before I go on some history so you get the Valparaiso - Vina del Mar thing...I know you may know but I didn't ... Before the Panama Canal opened up the Central American shipping route between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, when the shipping route was around the tip of Chile, Valparaiso (which has a large, natural port) was the last and first stop for ships on the Pacific side. Hence it was an important global port and was people of by ...

A most stressful week

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Oct 11, 2014

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... n. Valparaíso has [large number] hills! Concepción is one of the more touristy, artsy hills, and therefore has touristy, artsy hostels. Hostal Jacaranda was the spot.

When I was leaving for South America, I let Facebook know. My friend April from high school shot me a message saying she was currently studying abroad in Valparaíso and that it was an amazing place. It was more or less on my travel route, so it became very much more on my route. I shot her a ...

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