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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... will have their hands on them, too! Edith was VERY excited to see Harry Potter! She has read many of the books and seen all of the movies. Ignacio was thrilled with the volume of Narnia Chronicles, all in one book. We are so happy that the family loves to read and we can tell they will most likely all read all of the books. Soon after they opened gifts, it was time to get into the cars to go back to the city for a day of fun. More about that in the next ...
... warm for the first time in what felt like weeks.
As usual our first tour in Valparaiso was the Tours for Tips walking tour where we had to find our very own Where's Wally to take us around the city. It turned out that this was the crème de la crème of walking tours, perhaps because Valparaiso is awesome but also because our guide was brilliant, so good in fact that he got the rest of the tip that we didn’t give to the Santiago tour guide.
... to find a nice cake shop but failed! Then went for walking tour - really cool as lasted over 3 hours, took us around a lot of the city including up funiculars, free alfohoras, trolebus ride and free alcoholic drink at end and lots of recommendations for food drink and restaurants to try and saw lots of street art. After we went to but sd card for Sanne then took one of their recommendations and went to via ...
... to meet up with the 3pm "Tours4Tips" walking tour.
These tours really are worth taking - not just for the "pay what you think it's worth" concept -but because the company seems to have a very good social conscience and philosophy of giving back to the community; and the guides are positive and energetic (no doubt encouraged to increase their 'tips'!)...
We began our tour in the working port of Valparaiso, where it all ...
... bed, pillow choices, TV, free WIFi, and reasonably priced , a cafe for breakfast and snacks, it has a bar too. No fridge in the room, but there is a supermarket very near, with cold water and beer. Plenty of wine etc. A trip to the Info centre near Sotomajor square, about 5 mins walk from the Ibis, the Tours for Tips walking tour started at 3 pm. So plenty of time for a lunch. They recommended a nearby street, and the touts convinced us to try one of the set lunches. We had read ...