Neruda Mar Suite Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... not was hard to tell, but the music was good.
We walked back up the hill to the apartment and collected our bags to go to the Viña bus station. We were booked on 8:30pm night bus to Pucon, which would take 12 hours to get there. The bus was a bit late in arriving, but once we were on it and settled into our comfy, reclining cama seats we were ready for a ...
... was called Vuelo I.
On Friday, the main excitement was the fútbol game between Chile and Egypt. I got to watch the game with my host family. Egypt scored two goals early in the game, but Chile was able to come back and win 3-2. ¡Chi-Chi-Chi! ¡Le-Le-Le! ¡Viva Chile!
Saturday - Valparaíso and Viña del Mar
On Saturday, we went to two cities on the coast, Valparaíso y Viña del Mar. In ...
... tour guide but had put together a slightly different tour for us, we started off in a mini van visiting some of the quieter hills overlooking the bay whilst he gave us some history of the city. Valparaiso is made up of 42 different hills encircling the bay all covered in brightly coloured buildings. To cope with all these hills there is a system of elevators which take you up to the hill for about 12p. However they all operate at different times of day ...
... Hand"). We ate there on our last day but it was so good that we would have gone there every day! The tomato slices were as thick as the burgers, everything was fresh and fantastic! I believe I would come back to Chile JUST to eat their food!!
In order to amplify my language learning, whenever I turn on the TV I make sure I am watching one of the 60 Spanish channels and not one of the 5 ...
... on the buildings and houses. This makes things really colourful and interesting when exploring the town! It’s also very famous as a steep, hilly town – it’s flat a few blocks back from the seafront, but then the town rises steeply. This has been an issue since the late nineteenth century, and one solution was to build a number of small funiculars around the place to get people up the hills. There are actually still a few of these that still work, ...