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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... with chips and guacamole...SO good.
So New Year's Eve in Valparaiso/Viña del Mar is one of the biggest celebrations in South America and the world, so we knew we had to get a great spot on the beach early, as people line the beach and the entire city shuts down once the sun sets in order to see the fireworks shot off from the bay. We walked as a group to the beach a few blocks from the hotel and were ...
... knocked out by a sizeable and seemingly quite miffed younger woman. We really had picked a classy neighbourhood.
That night, as we sat having a cigarette out on the hostel steps, a stray dog, with a massive erection, squatted down right in front of us and did a huge poo. Andy turned to me, looking so sad and said in a small voice, ´well, that just sums this place up´. I have to say, I laughed till I cried.
Beccie & Andy x
... display in the world on new years eve (apparently) and all along the coast they have synchronised displays set off on platforms in the bay. It was fantastic and went on for a good 25 minutes. I got a bit confused as the fireworks for actually start at midnight but instead 5 minutes later which is apparently to allow everyone to wish their friends and family happy New year! After the fireworks and some bubbly we headed back to the flat where they introduced me to the song 'no ...
We had finally arrived in Chile, home of half of Andrea's heritage and a destination which in our original plans was going to be our first stop around the world. The border crossing was relatively simple, we literally had to step over a sand trench to leave Bolivia and enter the desert of Atacama, Chile. It didn’t take long to explore the cute little tourist town which is now more famous as it is where we got ENGAGED!!!
... house named Brighton. Then we toured the home of Nobel prize winning poet Pablo Neruda.
Valparaiso, Indiana was named after this city by a famous naval officer who lived there and loved this city. There are 1.5 million inhabitants.
Chile is a deeply religious country and most are Catholic, though there is a large Protestant population due to the European immigration in the 19th ...