Hotel Da Vinci Valparaiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... took bus rest of way then walked up steep hill. Finally got to go to cake shop I'd wanted to go to - Sanne and I split two cheesecakes. Then back to hostel grabbed bags then took bus to bus station - quite funny getting on local bus with our backpacks! Then managed to get bus straight away to Santiago. Only took around 3 hours. Then successfully took the metro and navigated to hostel to find it was locked up! Sign on door to go to another street so lugged ...
... have either come from here or have painted here. The most famous is Inti Castro who has left his street art in many major cities in the world, including Melbourne.
The art is all very colourful but is a bit reduced in beauty by the ever-present tagging as well. However, no one ever tags on top of the street art.
The streets here are so steep that there are 15 funiculars to help people negotiate ...
... table, Australia, Germany, US and British. An interesting evening. Tuesday 23/12 A much needed sea day today. A rush for breakfast as we had slept in and then a talk on the next few ports of call. As the day progressed the seas abated and it was very pleasant sitting in a deck chair reading. A visit to the gym was on the cards and it was strange being on the treadmill feeling the ship lurch or roll. Another talk this ...
... ment to see, we only ended up in the ghettos about 3 times. Doors locked and get the hell out of here in a hurry type places, but in the end we found our accommodation a lovely old house in the middle of Valapariso with a very friendly young lady greeting us with a bottle bubbly and some nibbles. Took us a few moments to wind down while sitting on the balcony overlooking almost all of valporiso, we can believe we did what we did today ...
... Victoria got barged by a homeless lady because we wouldn't give any money. We preferred the drunks in Valparaiso who were a bit less intimidating. We ate more completos and I tried a typical fish soup which had so much different fish in it, I couldn't taste any individual piece, just grit. I expected to be seeing it again but the mayonnaise from all the completos must have lined my whole insides and protected ...