Hotel Casa Thomas Somerscales
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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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... I started to panic!). Near Plaza Anibal Pinto were loads of cute cafes, so we sat down at one and had a quick lunch, and made our first canine friend of the day. Somehow this dog just started following us - even waiting patiently outside the bank when I was getting cash. I was to learn later that this is pretty normal for Valparaiso and that there are hundreds of stray dogs. OK, not sure if it is hundreds, but there are a LOT of them. Most of them are actually ...
... easy to get the train between Vina and Valpa. I recommend staying in either place, as they both have so much beauty and things to see.
Valparaiso is on the west coast of Chile, two hours from Santiago. It is truly an amazing place to discover, and I would not go to Chile without a visit. In all honesty, I could happily live here, and who wouldn't want to live in a place as colourful as can be. So, for now, dear traveler, enjoy the rainbow…
After a night bus we arrived in Valparaiso and met up with our American friend Kate who we shared a room with on the Navimag ferry. Valparaiso is fairly spread out but the old part is set on really steep hills and unless you wanna kill yourself attempting the walk up the colourful steps (hundreds of them) you can ride up and down in little old wooden trams that are no bigger than ...
... to check how many bends there were, but must be about twenty. The movies were put on for the second time, which suggested we were going to be quite late. We eventually passed through the town of Los Andes, which was surrounded by lots of vineyards or grape farms. We were still a long way from Valparaiso and the sun was starting to go down. We reached Vina del Mar, just round the coast from Valparaiso, as the sun finally ...
... dogs over the hills. I can't quite believe how close reality is to my dream but....But a few things; one is that the easiest horse to catch was a lazy **** and two on my run route we (Ussa, Luna (my dogs) and I) ran into some rather large wild dogs. Ever since I was bitten in Nonsuch Park at he age of 15 I have developed a mild fear of dogs but on this occasion I wasn't ...