Hosteria La Candela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... s expensive like Europe, but it definitely ain't Europe".
A lot of great scenery, though, and a very festive holiday vibe, and a place I'm sure we'll return to again someday. Maybe during the off-season when not everyone in the country is trying to get from place to place as cheaply as possible and determined to wear shorts in any and all situations. Obviously, that should be our job.
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Sea gulls screech overhead. Hundreds at a time coming in for landing. A fisherman has just throw a bucket of fish guts over the railing of the pier. The gulls fight over every piece. Dozens of pelicans already on the beach, move slowly among them. They don't seem to be bothered. We are at Caleta Portales, Valparaiso's fisherman's wharf. This is where the fishing boats come in every morning, fish are sorted, cleaned and sold. It is ...
Valparaiso is less than 2 hours by bus from Santiago but couldn't be anymore different. It's a world heritage site based on its improvised urban design and unique architecture. Its built on 42 hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean and has a labyrinth of streets and cobbled alley ways full of amazing graffiti and multi-coloured houses. There's no boundaries when it comes to the graffiti, its everywhere, even on people's houses. Unbelievably the grafitti is actually illegal, but Valparaiso ...
... how bad the rubbish and dog dirt is. Very random.
Today the sun was shining and the city had a whole new feel. It was no longer like a city during a civil war, today it was buzzing. We used an ascensor to visit the Naval Museum on the hilltop. The best bit being that they had the capsule (Fenix) used to rescue the 33 miners who were trapped in 2010. After this we walked through many of the same streets as the day defore and randomly we ...
... shirts all shrink into bellyshirts after 1 wash), restaurants not opening until 8pm, working with different currencies (i.e. trying to figure out if $1100 pesos is a good price for coffee), expensive ****** sunscreen and – most frustratingly - daryn not being a able to use the only two spanish phrases he can say perfectly: ''there is a cat on the table'' and ''the kitchen is green'' - neither of which will get you very far...
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