Hotel Da Vinci Valparaiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Thursday 22nd January
The bus to Valparaiso took only two hours.
When we arrived we found ourselves in front of a chaotic and dirty bus station with many local tiny tin can buses stopping and going. People are literally jumping into them. We didn't do a lot of research on how to get to our hostel, we knew we had to take a bus as it was quite a distance from the centre. So we picked one that said 'Playa Ancha’, as on the map it looked like the ...
We spent the next 2 days looking around Valparaiso.It is a very arty town with lots of museums and street art. On every fence, wall and garage there is some form of ‘art’, the cottages covering the hill side are colourfully painted. We also spent a lot of time walking up and down the maze of steep, sinuous street and alleys. This place is basically built on a cliff
face and it has antique elevates scatter throughout the city that are used to move people ...
... good view. It was by the ocean side, and there was a big casino there. He and I got off the car for me to take a photo of the castle that was built by the Germans. I was not able to get a really good photo of it, but I enjoyed the scene, with the ocean waves splashing on the big rocks, water sprayed high above the rocks. It was by that casino.
Then we drove towards Santiago and visited a famous winery on the way. We took a brief tour to learn about the grapes and wines they ...
... approaching you, so you decide to head away from the beach and onto the main road. But as this is just a busy road for cars with businesses alongside, you don't find much of interest as a tourist. After a couple of hours walking around in the hope of finding something to entice you, and not succeeding, you decide its time to return to Valparaiso and forget about Viña. At least you tried. Your return to Valparaiso seems to follow the same disappointing ...
... Cochrane. I want to take a picture but it means a little bit of effort and in today's melancholy mood I can't be bothered, which of course I live to regret. He is obviously Scottish but everywhere you go in the world you find the influence of our more adventurous ancestors so maybe there is not much to it. But it continues to niggle so I look him up on the internet and find a story of an amazing Scotsman. A few brief details:-
He is Thomas ...