Hotel Da Vinci Valparaiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... water's spray. We took a boat into the falls after our recommendation the previous day. Having a phobia of of being underwater, this was not something I was looking forward to but James was facing his wine demons in Mendoza so I figured I could drown my face in water. Shame there were no water into wine miracles on this day as we got dreanched! I can't really blog on this as had my eyes shut the whole time but judging by the whoops on the boat I think ...
... On our final day we took the train to the upmarket Viña Del Mar and walked the 8km back to Valparaiso. The walk was nothing to write about, except enroute we passed a fish market which a group of sea lions called home. They were absolutely mammoth beasts and along with the pelicans made for some good photographs. They feasted on the leftovers the fishermen discarded from the pier. Our 8 days in ...
... smashed the previous day's record. I took a picture for proof, but it's not very appetizing. I slapped on a band-aid and went to hang out in the common room. There I met an English couple whose names I am completely drawing a blank on. They were leaving in 6 hours to go north, but wanted to go sightseeing in Valparaíso before then. I was up for some touristing.
We walked down to the marina area and hopped on a tour boat. It took us in a lazy circle around the ...
... fantastic. Though I think that was down to me rescuing the mess that Claire was making (I was talking to Boris about Chile's political history! - Ed). Washing it down with a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc...and a bottle of Carmenere...and a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon didn't harm matters. So you're all invited round to ours for a Chilean theme party when we get back.! Though sadly we will probably have forgotten it all by then and will simply serve Chilli Con Carne... Phil and Mups ...
... for a great day ahead. Off the bus, grab a map - meet a local, Jorge who shakes our hands and chats away helping us find the beach - Féliz Nuevo Año Jorge! This was a nice encounter as we're often mistaken for Americans and don't receive much help on the street. Think Han would prefer to be called Ingles than a Gringo! Haha!
As we headed off following Jorge's directions, the roads became narrower, the noise became louder, and we ...