Neruda Mar Suite Hotel
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... high rise hotels along a stretch of boardwalk, a prolific selection of restaurants and ice cream shops, and no shortage of trendy stores. A hot spot for Santiago families on summer vacations, the place was busy. I enjoyed my walk down the strand, soaking up some sun, though I did find it a little peculiar seeing large navy ships out in ...
... is not the best recommendation. We settled ourselves outside under an umbrella and were soon joined by the owner, Mr Botha himself, an itinerant South African. He rather bemused us by telling us we had wasted our time going to Loma Larga but we soon discovered tha this judgement was clouded by an ancient feud. In addition to supervising a really superb meal he did, however, open an array of unusual bottles from his considerable list of favourite producers in ...
... where you literally had to cling on the railings for dear life to stop you being flung across the carriage. We also visited Paseo Yugoslavo where an eccentric Yugoslavian had made a fortune in the nitrate mining business at the turn of the 20th century and built what can only be described as his own little castle of which he slept in the basement and the rest was filled with art.
We also rode a couple of ascensors which are a Valparaiso institution. These are ...
... I didn't even know very much about this before coming here) Chile had a dictator from 1973 to 1990 who tortured and killed many people. The museum was fairly new and very interesting, and very well put together.
We went to lunch in an area called constitution. Which is a very neat side of town with a lot to do. There were a ton of little shops and Pablo Nerudas house. (1/3, the other two are very close to me in Valparaiso) We couldnt take pictures inside of his ...
... stop was the mouthful of Museo de Argueologia y Historia Francisco Fonck, an interesting museum of archaeological finds from the surrounding region and Easter Island. Upstairs however, was a disturbing collection of taxidermy ranging from tiny insects to giant albatross, penguins and puma. Not exactly our cup of tea.
We spent the rest of the afternoon wandering along the coast, watching huge waves ...