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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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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... liking Chile. The public transportation here is a little bit crazy--I truly understand the meaning of being packed in like sardines. But once I figured it all out, it really is easy to get around everywhere. I think the thing that surprises me the most, is the amount of bread we eat. I had no idea that bread was a huge part of the Chilean diet! I am so excited for the adventures to come.
... the Straits of Magellan and around Cape Horn. European immigrants settled here from French to British to Italian. Valparaíso mushroomed during this golden age becoming known as "The Jewel of the Pacific."
The town is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The expansion of the town up the steep hills (over 40 of them!) has given it a real charm with every inch of space taken for the colourful houses built of timber ...
... we entered Valparaiso through Vina del Mar a seaside town for the Chilean upper class. Traffic was really bad so we turned around and headed into Valparaiso. Interesting city of about 300,000 people spread across the hillsides that roll down to the shore. The city is known for two things: funicular and graffiti. Rather than being destructive, the graffiti is seen as art. People paint their houses bright colours and often ...
... in at the spot despite the 4 hour wait as we were told that this was the best house out the 3. As we had time to kill we headed to the beach for an hour or so, just gutted we didn't bring our swimming things as it was fairly hot and the sea looked really nice. Afterwards we went for lunch at a sea front restaurant as the fish here is supposed to be really good. An old man was serving us and the language barrier was tested to the max as ...