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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... catch up with everyone and we finished off the day with a few drinks together then we went back to our hostel to tuck into a cooked chicken from the supermarket!
The next two days we spent at different beaches with our friends and had a fun night out in the city to make up for our Christmas eve flop. We said farewell to our friends and jumped on a bus to head to Santiago for New Years Eve!
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... taken with it, we went back to the apartment to grab our stuff and we took a cab back to the bus terminal.
With a round trip ticket, you still have to go to the ticket office window, so they can assign you a bus. Once we did that, we boarded our bus back to Santiago. One awesome thing about the bus that Greg discovered was that the seats had a decent recline. Since I'd seen the scenic drive, I decided to put my seat in recline and take a little nap. Once we ...
... were first on would've taken us there. We are still fresh in the game so not to worry. Checked in to hostel and to our disappointment there are not many other people staying. All good though because it's a nice hostel and close to town, and a local party bar. We wandered through the city and found a couple of malls that were a lot more western and sold a lot of local handicraft and smoking items. After a ...
... to be somewhere in the fifties. They have the oldest working trolley buses in the world ("of its kind"), rickety old ascensors to transport people up and down the steep hills - like an open air elevator that goes up on an angle, has a conductor and costs 20 cents per ride, and an awesome old empanada place featuring bar stools and signs written in cheerful old-fashioned cursive. Where it falls short in its fifties montage is in its distinct lack of leather jackets, ...
Today we planned to head to another of Pablo Neruda's houses at a near by town of Isla Negra just south of Valparaiso. We caught the bus back to valparaiso main bus terminal and then the famous pullmanan down the coast which took around an hour and a half. Once there we headed too the house but were informed that we couldn't visit until 6 as it was fully booked all afternoon as there was a limit of people allowed in at one time. We decided ...