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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar
... down the beach front took in the sights of the area, inquired in a few places about their opening times and had romantic meal in McDonald's! Unfortunately many of the bars were closing early that evening, so we headed to the downtown are to inquire, only to be told the same thing by all of the bars in town. A little deflated we returned to our local beach bar and a few drinks later and a bit of chatting to our ...
The next day we woke up at 7:30am and were out the door by 8am. We took the bus straight to Valparaiso, and decided we wanted to spend the first half of the day there. We got to Valparaiso around 8:30am, and got off close to Artilleria Funicular. We walked back towards Plaza Sotomayor and took the El Peral Funicular up. Once we got off the funicular, we took in the great view of Valparaiso, and then proceeded to explore the streets of Valparaiso aka, look at more ...
... in reality is hard to know where one starts and the other one finishes. A walk down the beach and a viewpoint for some local wildlife (Pelicans) then another walk and a stop in the park for Chloe to get a bit of playtime. After a drinks stop we thought it might be nice to take Chloe on one of the several horse drawn carriage rides round the town although she wasn't quite as into it as Rachel was, she even fell asleep towards the end! A relaxed afternoon spent in the b&b and ...
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In fact, while it's certainly not something we're proud of, or at least not something we should be proud of, I think I'd merely be stating a fact when I say we are among the world's foremost authorities on urine, particularly old urine, in all its different forms: the kind that catches you off-guard just around the corner from someplace famous and amazing, like the Louvre, or our cabin at Waskesiu, or the pervasive type that just lingers for ...
... headed back to Viña as Kerry had booked a table at a restaurant and it was getting quite late. We got to the Spanish restaurant and it was rather busy which was a first good sign, inside also looked really posh so we were intreged to see how tasty it was going to be as the reviews on trip advisor were outstanding. The food in fact was delicious Kerry had Salmon and Steve had a local fish called rieneta with mussels and prawns. Great choice ...