Gala Hotel & Centro de Eventos
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... each $20, but it was definitely worth it. The location was fantastic, it was right next to the Mall in Vina Del Mar, and it was a 5 minute walk from the beach. After we put our belongings down, we headed to the Mall to see if we could grab some food. Both of us were super hungry at this point. I ended up eating rice, a veggie fajita, and some thing tater-totish, except way better than tater-tots. After we finished eating, we headed out to the boardwalk to walk along ...
... walk and see the main attractions of the city (not including Pablo Nerudas Valparaiso home or the Cathedral). Walking around was really something. Rach looved the place and was essentially trigger happy. The place is really spectacular though. You can understand why it is a UNESCO world heritage site. The cute cobbled, twisty, unconventional streets, artsy cafe and hostals, brightly painted, old and dilapidated houses, and vantage points with spectacular views of the ...
... the Pebre salsa we made earlier. A great empanada but god only knows how were supposed to eat all this food, full already! The main course was pastel de choclo, a type of corn pie. It has chicken fillet in the bottom and some of the beef from the empañada in the middle and the top was made of sweetcorn blended with milk and basil then cooked until it thickened and then spread on top to be baked in the oven, it is traditionally served in separate ceramic pots ...
... Contacts were shared but once again lost. Jeanette was contacted and responded to Maritza’s wishful letter 28 years later. A reunion was organised to reconnect the strong bond once shared by the two families. We arrived in Illapel and we were moved by the emotions shared between friends whose memories of each other frozen at the current age of their children: young adults now have young adult children and parents are now grandparents (Andrea ...
... There is not a square inch of the city that hasn't been tagged numerous times, most of which with incredible art.
Graffiti is technically illegal, but since there is so much of it, and it has brought in so much tourism to the dump of a city, they have embraced it. Even in the nice areas of fancy restaurants and quant boutiques, they recognize that having something slapped up on the walls outside attracts tourists which means ...