Hotel Dreams Valdivia
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We woke up really early so we could do as many things as posible. First, we went to Borderío Ecological Park. Later we wanted to have something to eat but the hotel was far away so we visited a famous sea food market near the river, none of us liked it, its smell was horrible. We ended up eating at a little restaurant. The food was great, …
Today we woke up and had breakfast at the coffee shop near the hotel. It was a wonderful, sunny day so we decided to rent a car and go to Valdivia and spend the night at Hotel Dreams Valdivia.
We arrived in Valdivia at 12.30 and had lunch at the hotel’s restaurant. After that we sailed on the “Calle Calle” river. Two hours …
... lt;3 (if any of you is actually reading this :D).
Then I went to the shower, in which (as mentioned before) I cannot stand (I feel like a giant here anyways ;) ) and afterwards tried to dry my hair.
Yeah. Tried to. The plug was to big. Awesome.
I went to borrow a hairdryer downstairs and then started freaking out as I noticed my laptop plug is too big as well.
Wet hair and getting sick? No reason to be scared. Laptop without ...
... so people can feed the sea lions. These creatures are not particularly pretty, to say the least, but believe it or not, they’re the main show in town. Tourists may finish their dinner at 7 pm and wonder “what are we doing now?” They don’t have a lot of options in the Lake District… “All right guys, let’s go back to the river and look at the sea lions again!” And off they go to take ...
... the forts of Corral Bay, a system of defensive batteries and forts made to protect Valdivia during colonial times. Apparently, the guns are the originals. The town itself is very small and dilapidated with very steep streets and staircases and with more Tsunami warning signs than I cared to see. They were everywhere.
Which reminds me, Valdivia is the site of the largest recorded earthquake in history, 9.5 in 1960. Hmmm all ...