Puerta De Alcala

Address: Piramide 524 (Esq. Condell), Valparaiso, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Piramide 524 (Esq. Condell), Valparaiso, is near Plaza Sotomayor, Turri Clock Tower, Futaleufu River, and Parliament Building.
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      Valparaiso : The beautiful art city

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... où nous avons découvert les célèbres peintures murales et appris l'existence d'un respect mutuel entre eux et les artistes de graffitis. Puis nous avons goûté un gâteau typique "alfajor" au "dulce de leche" (crème de lait), très savoureux et continué à errer parmi les œuvres d'arts en plein air. Après une glisse en toboggan, nous avons terminé notre visite dans un atelier de souvenirs faits main. Nous ...

      The Poetry of Valaparaiso

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... expanding bags, to meet Lee at his university. It's not easy to accept kindness (I'm trying not to say charity here) from others while travelling. As a long term backpacker I'm painfully aware of how stingy I am, and so when others offer to buy us something or give us free accommodation, I feel a conflicting mixture of guilty and grateful. Over the last week we'd been shown so much kindness from others - Adolfo giving us a home in Santiago, Mark ...

      Walking through Valparaiso

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... top. On the terrace in front of the palace there was great views of the port and the town. Looking further round the coast you could see all the beaches at Vina del Mar and the huge sand dunes beyond. Palacio Bauritzza is beautifully built in timber with a copper roof. It's now a museum of fine arts, but we didn't have time to go in and look around.

      We walked down to Paseo Yugoslavo to the house of Senor Sergio, who makes hand-made Alfajores. We all got one each ...

      Up and down we go

      A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jun 23, 2014

      ... as the ocean. We also visited the museo cielo abierto - a collection of 20 murals spread over one part of the city - and had to walk up what felt like 500 stairs to realise not only were we not impressed by the murals but we would have to wander around and find them as they were hidden behind corners and houses etc. The graffitis and paintings all over the city - on garage doors, house ...

      La risa es el lenguaje del alma.

      A travel blog entry by mjolly on Jun 01, 2014

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      ... mosaics. After Valparaíso, we had a short bus ride to Viña del Mar, which is a very modern city. We had a delicious Italian (because who doesn't go to Chile to eat Italian...) lunch, and then got to go to the beach! Since it's winter here, there wasn't any swimming, but we were able to dip our toes in the water, and play in the sand.

      Sunday - Museo de la Memoria (y los Derechos Humanos) y Parque Padre ...