Dei Templi Apart Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... her ankle. A trip to the winery in Casablanca was a treat. When we arrived a tour group had just started so we joined in and got a free tour and tasting. This particular winery was famous for their champagne but had several other wines as well. Chile has several winery regions and are world famous for their wines. This ...
... on steep hills and electric trolly buses and funiculars still being used. It`s also said to resemble a favela by the Brazillians. I personally think it looks like a mixture between the two! The houses are all brightly coloured. This is because the city is a navy port, and in the past sailors used to show which house was theirs when they pointed at it from the boat, by painting it a bright colour. The city also mixes social classes so you see a variety of different kinds ...
... kids pool and standard swimming pool. However a large percentage of it was for boat, canoes and wind surfing in. We had lunch afterwards at a really cool restaurant with a sea aquarium underneath on the lower floor. We opted to sit outside thought as it was a beautiful day and we sat and sip cocktails in the sun. Back to the pool for the last couple of hours and a little sun bathed in this luxury resort as we will not get this again for a while. ...
... he must have collected a lot of things in his lifetime.... Magda's mother, Magda and her sister katty had invited us for a tea of wine and ice cream. Just my kind of afternoon tea so we went to there house near Francisco Bilbao before returning to the bus station to get our bus home. Our 9pm bus didn't arrive until 9.45 so we didn't get home until well past midnight, Magda had very kindly made us a snack even though it was so late and then collapsed in bed. ...
... great! We see a slightly different side to the town than we’d seen so far, and begin to appreciate something of its history. However, it’s probably not a place we’d return to given the option – there are definitely much better places in Chile to spend time!
We do, however, manage to get some Aussie stuff sorted, which is good given how long we’ve got there! All too soon though Saturday morning arrives and we’re off on a ...