Hotel Da Vinci Valparaiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... deeper and deeper into a situation we wanted to get out of. We experienced a full week of uncertainty in a procedure with always one form missing, hampered by the time difference between Valpo and Melbourne. We had calculated this into our schedule so we didn't get nervous to begin with. But to be honest, after a week of changing procedures and moving targets, we were fed up with it. We learned a lot, had fun and Valparaiso is a fine city to spend your time, but ...
... cars and a sidewalk with boots selling souvenirs, galettas and drinks. Restaurants and terrasses enjoy the attendance of many more people, visiting the World Music Festival and consuming their regular weekends. On an average day 300.000 people from Santiago and Mendoza are crowding the city and beaches of Valparaiso, Vina del Mar and Con Con, explaining the enormous number of appartments, covering the hills on the right, mingled with clubs ...
... moving much of Chile's growing fruit export trade. There is also a highly visible Naval presence and academy adjacent to the port.
Our arrival in Valparaiso was notable. We had booked an Air BnB apartment overlooking the bay on the edge of the main town centre. On arrival at the shambolic bus terminal and surrounding streets, we sought the advice of the Tourist Office and set out in a local bus. Alighting at the suggested ...
... the roads are steep and there are stairs, stairs, and more stairs. Fortunately almost every hill has its own funicular, which is a nice alternative to the tiring climbs. Still "Valpo" is an interesting place to walk around (I can recommend the free, guided walking tour!) and the house of Chile's most famous poetrist, Pablo Neruda, offers the best view of the city!
... we de-boarded I implored the locals to lead is to some food and this encountered the "completo". A completo in Chile consists of a giant bun smothered in avocado and mayonnaise with a skinny boiled hot dog hidden somewhere in the middle. Atop the mountain of mayonnaise, I followed suit with the people ahead of me and added ketchup and mustard. I have to say that it is definitely not my choice of meals, drunk or otherwise, but worth the experience once. ...