Hotel Eurotel Providencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I can charge nothing now! Sick to death. And don't be all smart ass and tell me that Britain has different plugs to the rest of Europe. That doesn't count. So today was spent looking for an adaptor. The Chile hatred dispersed when he found one. He then set about doing some tourism, visiting the National History Museum, which was interesting and an exhibit of old maps in the National Library. He also climbed the Cerro Santa Lucia, a big hill plonked in ...
For many years I have heard about ed's childhood Chilean home. I think there was only one picture of it available and it showed a little boy standing in front of a door. Very ambiguous. Today we picked up Romy and he took us to the house. It was a blue painted concrete facade, with an iron gated door and 2 gated windows. Very typical of the area. Ed was awestruck, very nostalgic of his youth here. All of a sudden the door opened as we were standing ...
... and Maggie--which we know is hardly legal at any airport, but to avoid getting lost without them, we felt ok playing the gringo card--the van even caught the attention of airport police. Luckily the no-comprehendo-hablo-gringo card actually worked in preventing a parking ticket. Waiting for them took longer than expected because unfortunately Maggie's luggage did not arrive. This would turn out to be the first of many sidetracks we experienced on our ...
... was flowing, so although above the usual budget the food was fully worth it! Later that evening we found a bar with a live jazz band which was a nice end to our time in Valparaiso.
Next Kerry and I would be parting ways as she went back down south and I would be heading north, and I was about to learn a lesson. As much as I believe myself to be very independent - this doesn't apply when in an unfamiliar circumstance. I had decided to take an evening bus ...
... much like Christ the Redeemer in Rio).
The trip to the top was by funicular and fortunately, this finicular was in far better shape than the finicular in Valparaiso. The finicular was built in 1925 and made stop on the way up the hill at the zoo and at what appeared to be a walking path. All I wanted to do was take the funicular to the top and see the view and Virgin Mary and call it good.
Unfortunately, once at the top, it was another 100 plus steps to the ...