Hotel Latitud 33 Sur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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After 2 rather dismal days in Valparaíso, with heavy clouds and frequent showers, we were more than ready to leave and head for Mendoza in Argentina. Unfortunately the weather gods were against us and the pass between Chile and Argentina was closed due to snow, so we were stuck here for yet another day.
All of which sounds rather negative …
... and the insurance, the storage company are not allowed to open the container. 6. The operations guys from the storage company will open the container in your presence. They break the security lock, unload the cars in a secure area and check in your presence, if everything is there (motornumber, vehicle identification number, your equipment and luggage) and if there is no damage. Note 1: Make sure you get the straps back, that were used to fasten the vehicles ...
Valparaiso is an amphitheater leading down to the primary port of Chile as the main stage. The hills are steep, and the residents thin. It is built on 42 hills, each one named, although it is really more like 42 ridges of the bowl. Still, even Rome only boasts of 7 hills! The houses are an odd mix of classic designs, unusual materials, and placements that have adapted to the challenges. Added ...
... and we had a quick beach stop (see pic of me on the beach), though long enough for me to gaze west and think of nearly all of you in NZ and Oz out over the water somewhere. The water felt cold (13 degrees year round) and a sudden wave (all 30 cm of It ) soaked me up to the knees.
Then on to Valpriaso and what a difference. Clearly a busy port with merchant, naval and pleasure boats in the harbour, with the docks loaded with containers an cranes / mobile ...
... On our final day we took the train to the upmarket Viña Del Mar and walked the 8km back to Valparaiso. The walk was nothing to write about, except enroute we passed a fish market which a group of sea lions called home. They were absolutely mammoth beasts and along with the pelicans made for some good photographs. They feasted on the leftovers the fishermen discarded from the pier. Our 8 days in ...