Cabanas Los Maitenes

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

Stray dogs and street art

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... wandering the streets? Well...not a lot. Which is probably why the thousands of stray dogs around the city spend their time just following tourists. As there wasn't much to see, we thought we would do. And that doing manifested itself in a Chilean cookery class. We met our incredibly camp and incredibly fun chef for the evening, Boris, around 4pm. It was us and a retired Canadian couple doing the course that evening (probably shows how we rock on this tour - hanging out ...

Vineyard tours and Valparaiso

A travel blog entry by salsta17


“Penicillin cures, but wine makes people happy" Alexander Fleming Tuesday morning after quick breakfast and checking out we got the metro, then a taxi to Cousiño Macul vineyard which is one of the oldest vineyards in Chile. Selected our green bike and spent an hour cycling through the vines on a tour. Saw, and tasted, the famous Lota grape which makes their high end Lota wine. Had a C******nay in the vineyard, with great views of vines ...

Casablanca Valley

A travel blog entry by hadwin


... a tour of their preparation rooms with various concoctions involving deer bladders, blossoms and silica – all very odd but despite this brush with the occult, the vineyard had vitality and the wines showed well (it was a fruit day after all!). We were also treated to see the first steps of a new born Alpaca who had come into the world around the same time we arrived at the vineyard. This wobbly little fella looked like his legs were made ...

A Day with Ben

A travel blog entry by geosand

... American trucks, Swiss trucks etc. After the tour we had lunch in a local cafe. OK but nothing remarkable. We took. The trolley bus back to the port entrance. I had hoped to go to the craft market but the others were done. On the way back to the ship Marion bought a shawl in the cruise terminal building. We went to the show after dinner - it was surprisingly enjoyable (a musical review by the onboard entertainment ...

Feliz Navidad

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily

... are concentrated among certain years, obviously years of military conflict and casualty.
Just downhill, a second cemetery is for the 'dissidents', primarily immigrants from Germany and Great Britain. Generally in better state of upkeep, the graves are smaller but still above ground. Most graves date to the early 1900s. The kids are surprised with the large number of child deaths apparent from the graves. We read ...


This hotel, located on Ave. Las Gaviotas, Parcela 39, Valparaiso, is near Church of Achao.
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