Hotel Da Vinci Valparaiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... jail - now a school for the arts, the German church, the Number 1 and Number 2 cemeteries ( Number 2 for non catholics!). We went up one of the cable cars, and walked up the tunnel the Spaniards had built while looking for gold. This took us to a lift and finally a look out point.
In all the tour gave me a better understanding of Valparaiso - a town where people manage, where they are friendly, they share taxis with ease, and take their time climbing the ...
... and Tasha checked out a local coffee shop (they could give you a review of nearly every coffee shop, like yelp but for just coffee and not as many negative reviews). Alyssa and I on the other hand went to a local brewery and tried out our luck (we're not even close to being like yelp and with more negative reviews). From there we got a recommendation for an empanada spot that lived up to the hype, and had over 60 types of empanadas (they were all delicious and there are now ...
... impressive though these neighbour hoods weren't quite as quaint as the areas we visited yesterday. The rest of the day was spent bouncing up and down from the town proper and the hills as we made our vague way back to our hostel. We also had ice cream from the same place we stopped at in Santi. It is rated within the top 25 in the world.
Bizarrely in the last two places we've stayed the night we turn up has been busy but after that it's been ...
... we visited Pablo Neruda's house. Pablo Neruda was a famous Chilean Poet and also a Nobel Prize winner. We weren't allowed to take pictures inside his house, but here is a link with pictures. The house had 5 levels, and had a very interesting shape to it, but was very beautiful! Valparaíso also has a lot of art throughout the town. There were many murals throughout the city, and also many of the lamp posts were ...
Walked up the hill today ( every story about this town starts with that phrase,) to the Pablo Neruda house La Sebastiana. I'll admit I'd not heard of him until I started reading about Chile but he's a Nobel prize winning poet and famous son of Chile. He had several houses but this one is now a museum. It's built on 4 levels with fabulous views over the port. You get an audio guide that describes what you are seeing room by room. It's great ...