Hotel de Vina

Address: Viana 619, Vina del Mar, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Viana 619, Vina del Mar, is near Vina del Mar Casino, Fonck Museum, Wulff Castle, and Palacio Presidencial.
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Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar

Chile: Day 1

A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Dec 13, 2014

38 photos

... to it, but it filled me up. After our meal, it was close to 11pm, so we decided to head back. We boarded the bus back to the apartment area. This particular bus looked pretty ghetto, and the driver literally started driving while I had a leg out the door. It was definitely quite the ride home. The driver drove so fast, literally one of the seat cushions came into the aisle. Once we got off the bus, we went back to the apartment, and went to sleep pretty quickly. So ends day ...

Arriving in Viña del Mar

A travel blog entry by andyhill on Jun 12, 2014

17 photos

Another hostel breakfast down and a smooth checkout to finish out stay in Valparaiso. I won't miss the loud speaker announcements from the nearby naval base or the local rooster chirping away at 530. Our usage of the bus systems are becoming much more fluent and we are taking a bus direct to Viña del Mar today. Yesterday got off one bus and on to another to get around to Viña. Little did we know the ...

Days 86-90: Santiago to Valparaiso

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Jan 12, 2014

19 photos

... neighbouring town of Viña del Mar. It's a big contrast from Valparaiso having no graffiti, no colour, and much more modern high rise buildings and condos. It does however have beautiful beaches which we enjoyed for a few hours and was packed with Santaguinos trying to escape the heat of the city. We spent two days out of the city before having to return to meet up with our group and start our tour down through Patagonia. Once we got back ...

The sound of the Pan Pipe makes us homesick

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 07, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... than Valparaiso. Certainly the wider less crowded streets felt much safer, there were more armed police in the town and the security guys in supermarkets were not wearing stab proof vests as in 'Valpo'. We were accosted a few times by women using the 'money for baby food' scam or for reading our fortune, but we walked quickly past using our well used phrase, 'No gracias'. After a walk along the beach and back through town we headed ...

Explosion at the Paint Factory

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Nov 10, 2013

77 photos

... worth it for the views and to discover another bit of town.

Went to see Pablo Neruda's amazing house at Isla Negra. Part house, part boat, part train, it is full of the most amazing things. He was obviously a great one for collecting- ship's figureheads, navigational equipment, masks, pipes, bottles, foot warmers, Edwardian nudie pictures, sea shells (including one 1m wide clam shell), beetles, butterflies, wives. The setting ...