Hosteria La Candela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Chile is the most active place for earthquakes in the world. He said that on average they have a massive quake every 25 years and the last one they had was in 2010 so not to worry...gulp! We visited lots of different things but the best part was just walking around the streets. Valparaiso starts on the flat and sprawls up many hills or cerros as they are called here. As the hills are so steep, there are elevator type things known as funiculars that you can use to ...
... 1990. After Santiago we headed to Valparaiso, a port town, an hour and a half from Santiago. Valparaiso is well known for its colourful houses and windy streets built over numerous hills or 'cerros', as well as being the primary sea port of Chile. We spent 3 days here, wandering the streets and hills, catching the ascensores (elevators) to different parts of town, taking in the (largely) impressively graffitied and beautiful buildings, visiting ...
... morning, which gave me time to seek out the Spa facilities. I was definitely on for a sauna. Alas, they had not warmed it up at this time so they kindly put it on and asked me to amuse myself in the pools for 20 minutes. They are very health conscious and insisted that I wore a bathing cap. I was kindly loaned a fetching Laura Ashley number which luckily there are no photos of. The pools were very nice with an indoor and ...
Just back from an amazing but knackering day at Valparaiso and Viņa del Mar.
Off for the customary pint and meal but will update you all later
Here again, back from a pint and snack. On the way back we had to cross through some riot police (all geared up in shinguards etc). We`re staying in the university area so I guess it`s some sort of ...
... to hear Andres (the Argentinian) singing, and it sounded vaguely like a group of cats fighting in an alleyway. He was pretty good. After an hour or so the bar shut and the liquor shops were too; it was definitely time for bed. We woke at about 11 for breakfast, not as fancy this time we got toast and peach purée. We all grouped together again, minus Andres who was leaving, and we went exploring the city again. We found a real nice contemporary bar with a terrace that looked out of ...