Grand Hotel Gervasoni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We had an awesome day today! From beginning to end, it was perfect! We got up early, had a good breakfast at the hotel, and then caught our bus at 8:30am to go to Casablanca. We had a bike tour starting at 9:45am with our guide Angela, and we were about ten minutes late. We were the only ones on the tour though, so it didn’t really matter. …
After a very late night and fantastic day 'off' yesterday we were up and out early and headed to Viña del Mar. The route took us through the city and copper mines and also the Atacama Dessert. Very dry and sparsely vegetated. Soon the bus passed through many acres of vineyards - You know my love of wines and this area produces many varieties - my favourite -Carmenere and an exceptional Syrah!!! I know Dan Murphy's has a good range ...
... fabulous winery lunch, it was on to Algarrobo ... a really nice and clean beach town for a couple nights. Because it's now the beginning of fall, there were not many folks around, at least during the week, and it was really relaxing. We can imagine, however, this place is a mob-scene in high season. But except for the absolutely enourmous mega-resort about 5km north of town, with the world's largest salt water ...
... but only cold water works for some reason. Hello cold shower… I missed you not!
Saturday 24th January
We decided to go to Argentinian Mendoza from here, which is just on the other side of Andes and travel north from there. So we go to the bus station and get our ticket. We need the ticket for tonight and are lucky to find one last company, which still has places.
Following that we return some of the clothes bought a few day ago. ...
... br> A couple days i also went walk about, had some traditional chilean food, and drank some good coffee with a french couple that i met in Mendoza who by chance rocked up in the same hostel as me a couple days after i did because every where else in Valpo was full. The couple days before they came i hung out with some great Argentinians who really tried to help me with my spanish, i still suck. Plus many more legends who were at the hostel including all the workers and the owners.