Casa Higueras

Address: Calle Higuera 133, Valparaiso, Chile | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Higuera 133, Valparaiso, is near Paseo Gervasoni, Monumento a Los Heroes, Fine Arts Museum (Palacio Baburizza), and Navy Building.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Higueras Valparaiso

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    Travel Blogs from Valparaiso

    How to get your foreign car into Chile?

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... discount, making it all acceptible. On top of that he gave us a nice present, courtesy from the company. We really wish we had known SAAM from the beginning. It would have made life a lot easier and would have shortened the procedure by 4,5 days. But who cares. We had fun, learned a lot and met wonderful people. The RHD issue was never mentioned again and now we are driving our cars in Chili. So glad we didn't call off the trip because of the fear of getting ...

    San Francisco of Sth America?

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 27, 2015

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    ... from them.
    We had dinner at La Concepion, supposed to be a top restaurant. It was okay but not great.
    Again, we chatted to some strangers. He was from England and she was from Germany. Again, It has been a real feature of this trip - meeting strangers and having interesting conversations. We walked back to our hotel despite mixed ideas about whether it was entirely safe at that time of night. Bed at 11.45 after some packing.
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    Walking through Valparaiso

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... important for the city and the primary reason for the city of Valparaiso to be established. In the golden era, most ships stopped in 'Valpo' on the way to the west coast of America when sailing from Europe. Then the Panama canal was built and town lost its global importance.

    The original shore line used to be by the Naval building on the other side of Plaza Sotomayor, about 300m from where it is now. With land being built out into the sea for such a distance, ...

    The roof!

    A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... again. This time I was aiming for something higher; another roof! The trouble is I had to climb a fence to get to it with an animal skin in tow. This might sound straightforward but the almost living animal skin was a metre by a metre and a half large and not only was I trying to escape falling and breaking my neck but I was also trying to minimise contact with it and avoid animal matter shedding onto my head. Need I go on?! ...

    To the mainland and Valparaiso

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 11, 2014

    ... a receipt printed and then as far as Barbara could see the postage stamp was printed. This final part of the process took forever. The post mistress had to input d'état on a key board and then both she and the person buying the stamps stared at the computer screen for ages while nothing happened. Eventually something was printed out and the next envelope would be placed on the scales to start the lengthy process all over again. It was as if ...