Hotel Casa Thomas Somerscales
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casa Thomas Somerscales Valparaiso
This is a lovely old hotel with only 8 rooms. The staff are very helpful and the location is very good
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We arrived in Valparaiso about noon after a very nice two hour car drive from Santiago with our driver, another Thomas! When we reached Valparaiso we seemed to be driving forever up narrow winding streets, through some pretty dodgy looking areas, but when we reached our hotel we were very impressed. It is a beautiful old colonial building and we …
Our wine tour today was with a new company, 'mywaychile', which is run by a lovely young man called Pablo and his wife. He has travelled a lot himself and lived in New Zealand for a long time but he has come back to Chile to settle down and set up this business. He is also a graphic designer.
Our tour was to the Casablanca valley which is …
... actif mais pas autant que celui vu à Antofagasta à Noël. Notre prochaine escale était dans la rue autrefois très riche : Calle Serano. C'est maintenant une rue quelconque avec de vieux bâtiments en piteux états sans vie. Le seul intérêt est Nona, l'ancienne petite-fille de l'une des familles italiennes qui vivaient ici. L'apercevant, nous lui avons réchauffé le cœur en la saluant d'un "buon giorno Nona"! Elle a ...
... are diagonally running elevators that give pedestrians short cuts up the hills. There were once 33 of them, but most have fallen into disrepair, and now only a handful run. The air was perfumed by the vague smell of the sea and the less ambiguous smell of dog ****, which covered almost every available inch of pavement. Walks around the city became a game of dog-poo-avoidance hopscotch. After a day spent meandering around the maze of alleys and ...
... more of a tourist lift than something for people's daily use.
One of the most striking buildings in Valpo is the one nicknamed 'Sugar Cube'. A very important shipping company asked for permission to modernise and increase the size of their building, but the town initially refused planning permission. After threats to move their business to San Antonio, now Chile's biggest port, they finally got the permission to build a 'glass box' inside the original ...