Hotel Latitud 33 Sur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... be called up from somewhere else because there are so many bags in our cars. It all adds up to the lessons in patience we got. And Spanish. By the end of friday afternoon we get really nervous that we may not be cleared before the weekend, meaning it will start all over on monday morning. And maybe again in Mendoza. But then there is Daniel, the Ejecutive Commercial from SAAM. He explains to us that the whole procedure, that has taken us a week, could have ...
After this inauspicious start, we have had a very pleasant stay in Valparaiso. The apartment is clean, well appointed and extremely comfortable with commanding views from the ceiling to floor window across the bay to the town centre. In the evenings as the sun sets and the hills light up with twinkling street lamps and house lights the view is gorgeous. We took another "Where's Wally" Tour for Tips, taking in some key ...
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 ...
... leg while staying out of the sun - remember it was out by then and warm, not hot. Oh and I took a snap of the 'Melbourne Cafe' - yes I know that the name is British but as there were no other Anglo Saxon sounding names on anything and Australia is closer, so I deemed it to be significant.
Back on the bus then for the 120kms back to Santiago. It was 8.30 by the time I got to my hotel, so a quick shower and blog over a beer by the pool finished off another lovely Chilean ...
... is very deep. At 44m (about 125 feet) it's perfect for large ships.
During Valpo's golden era, it had lots of "firsts" for Latin America for example the first fire station. The town is very fire prone because of a combination of the dry climate, the electrical power system and way of building houses. The first fire station was founded by 151 British and 4 Chileans, but financed by an American so it's called the Fire Station of America. Firefighters are all ...