Gala Hotel & Centro de Eventos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Chile that this is a don't-miss community.
We visited a second home of the Chilean Nobel-Prize winning poet, Pablo Neruda. This home is situated south of Valparaiso overlooking the Pacific. The view from everywhere in his house was amazing, but particularly spectacular was his bedroom with the bed angled so the sun rose over his head and set at his feet. The sound of the ocean hitting the rocks ...
... as the ocean. We also visited the museo cielo abierto - a collection of 20 murals spread over one part of the city - and had to walk up what felt like 500 stairs to realise not only were we not impressed by the murals but we would have to wander around and find them as they were hidden behind corners and houses etc. The graffitis and paintings all over the city - on garage doors, house ...
... wines that were also served with small amuse bouche dishes – a great idea!
1. Enki 2009 14.5%
Enki apparently means balance and this is a red blend of 60% Carmenère and 40% Carignan.
Medium intense, no signs of age and high extraction. Hot nose with warm spices. Rich, silky, good development and soft tannins.
2. House of Morandé 2008 14%
Morandés icon wine. 69% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Cabernet ...
... me, not so embarrassing. It took around an hour by bus to get down there, and we weren't even sure if they would let us in as it is a hotel complex, but we took our chances as we may not be here again. Once we left the bus we starting making our way down to the sea front where we got a collective to the resort. The driver asked us if we wanted to go to the north or south, we had no idea of the difference but I guess because its that big you either ...
My room is in the eaves. On the wall there are two pictures of English country cottages. I just noticed how incongruous they are. Most off us headed west to the old port of Valparaiso. Before the Panama Canal opened it was the most important port in the west of South America. Now it's a city of faded grandeur, spread over 44 hills. Brightly painted houses, many built from corrugated iron, cover the steep hills, interspersed with grander houses of the merchants ...