Hotel Restaurant Cap Ducal
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... 8:00 to catch the fireworks at midnight. It was an INCREDIBLE experience...one I will never forget. The fireworks were beautiful and all over the sky and the beach was filled with people from all over the world.
We stayed up super late and went to a bar/dance club a couple blocks from the hotel as a big group and had a ton of fun drinking and dancing after the fireworks to celebrate the start of 2015!!
Imagine driving in a city on the wrong side of the road,on the wrong side of the car, can't speak the language no Nav and then drive to another city even harder to navigate than the first,well this was our experiance today, Marks hair is a little greyer and his sphincter a little tighter from all it's exercise today, but we did it an actually found our hotel, it may have taken us 3 hrs longer and we saw some areas of Valapariso that tourist ...
... drinks with the others from the BBQ and were introduced to the local argentinian spirit called fernet. It was kind of like an aniseed flavour combined with cough medicine which was drank with coke. Not as good as pisco sour, nevertheless easily drinkable if its going to be cheap. I'm sure your excited to try it Mark and Kim. After an hour the drinks were flowing so we decided to head to a club later for a dance. The guys from the BBQ were really nice, a few of them were from Argentina ...
... glass cube of windows!! It turns out that the people of Valparaiso wanted to keep what they could of the old building, so just built another one inside the old! I thought this was such a great sight and was completely contrasting time periods reflected in what is now one building! Overall we had a lovely day and got to see Vina del Mar, but Chris and I were a little disappointed with the tour as really the main but we wanted to see was Valparaiso and we only got 30 minutes and ...
... home of Chile’s Pisco).
But we knew the real authentic Chile would begin when we arrived in Pena Blanca, Maritza’s barrio/hometown. We would learn the local haunts, the actors and the storylines of the Pena Blanca Novella. It was a great base to explore the area, the customs and the culture. Valparaiso, Vina del Mar and Santiago were all nice cities but the personal connections made them memorable.
In Valpariaso, we ...