Francisco de Aguirre Hotel
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Our journey to La Serena started with a bit of panic about the buses, we just assumed things would work like Asia, your bus goes on time and if you're not there, tough luck. It turns out Chile operates a bit more like Europe...late. We asked at the counter which platform our bus goes from and partly due to our poor Spanish and the guy working at the counter being a bit of an unhelpful idiot, we were none the wiser where we should get our bus. After walking up and down ...
... that was open!!!
The next day some of went on a day trip to the Elqui valley which was so beautiful. The area is one of the largest producers of grapes for wine, pisco and eating in the country. We also visited a pisco making factory, a winery and had lunch in a solar powered restaurant.
In the evening we went ...
... we remained the responsible tourists we have always striven to be and, after scaring Sean with it, we threw it at some kids and ran off.
Tiring of the ocean, we decided to continue the theme of dead animals and grab something to eat. A number of fishermen are continually bringing in net fulls of fresh fish, which are sold to the many food kiosks on the beach, to be turned into delicious snacks for the public. The fish could not be fresher, and ...
... sure we were going to get to). It was a fantastic experience and even if you only have a slight interest in Astronomy you will get something out of it. Day Three: We had ummed and ahhed about going to the humbolt marine reserve but laziness won in the end, not to mention the fact getting up early after the late night of star gazing was not likely to happen so we passed and resolved on a beach day - this was actually a beach holiday right and so far had ...
... similar number, predominantly Hispanics we are told, along with all their kids!! Apparently Princess have realised that a lot of wealthy South Americans are starting to enjoy cruising in this area so they have to adjust onboard life for this segment of the passengers. Ken went to a movie yesterday advertised as English with Spanish subtitles. It turned out to be dubbed in Spanish AND had Spanish subtitles, so he wasn’t ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking