Hotel del Mar - Enjoy Vina del Mar - Casino & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar
... this mad and busy town. We rather prefer Valpariso, which is the busy and historic port of central Chile and just a 50 cent ride away. Great-granpapa Bertie built his railway all the way to this port and we were pleased to see traces of the old railway still there. Now there is a modern metro that runs from Vista Hermosa right into the port. Once in Valpariso, we discovered the Ascensors (funiculars) which whisk (well, rumble in a rather rickety and scary ...
... the coast from above. For this they were hiring houses and guides and had to start trekking at 4pm to get up to their camp site. As all water had to be carried with them they had to limit the alcohol they took as the more also the more water they'd need in the morning! I got the bus and train into Viņa where I met up with Pedro and Gregorio and they took me to Pablo and Nicole 's flat where they had been busy cooking all day for the dinner. Pedro's girlfriend Eva was ...
... of the street so we didn't get wet. We finally made it, completely exhausted and it was closed, for some reason, guessing it had something to do with the water situation as there were signs on the gate with the words agua spliced across them. So down we trek all the way back and ended up in a bar with a mojito in our hands. We then went in search for some food and came across as REALLY cheap Chinese place ($4 meals) so the motto goes, when in chile....eat really cheap Chinese food. Day ...
... die trying for Chile and then ran into battle on his own as everyone else turned around and he didnīt notice until the last second, funny guy. We visited Calle Sereno which used to be the richest road in the city which is now very delapadated and apparently the roughest area of the city so that was the only time we visited it. We ate Alfahores which are chocolate-covered biscuits with dulce de leche sanwiched inbetween (although dulce de leche is ...
... been very helpful - when I arrived on Friday my luggage was lost by the airline and the bus tickets I needed from the Santiago to Valpo were sold out. Luckily I met a local named Javier who spoke English and he helped me navigate the system. My timing was bad in that Friday night people like to take the buses to Valpo for a weekend at the beach. Hence the buses were sold out and I had to spend a night in a hotel in ...