Hotel San Martin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We had a lazy morning in the hostel before checking out and walking down to the metro. We were going to meet Andy and Carlee who were staying at a friend's apartment in Viņa del Mar.
It was only a short ride on the train, but long enough to be entertained by a trio of buskers playing traditional music. They were very good and had the attention of the ...
... at our hostel to find we are the only people here, and the area seems to feel a little sketchy, not the best place to be out after dark! Brought some wine at the local store up the road, and some supplies to make our first hostel dinner.. Guacamole and chips! Made friends with the Italian girl at the reception, who later joined us to help drink a few bottles of wine and play a new game of cards she taught ...
... a roof of earth and hard to see from the ofiice, but the arrival of the winemaker, Cederic Nicolle, brought, if nothing else, a French dimension to the Spanish/English conversation. We did eventualy peer into the cellars before being whisked off to the tasting room to try out a few wines.of the
Valle de Larga Pinot Noir was the general favourite, a fairly commercial wine but very easy to drink. There was also a very good Malbec from the better range, ...
The flavours of Viņa Del Mar are sensational!
Never in my life have I bought fresh artichokes but I see them everywhere in the little markets here so now seems the perfect time to try them! The old man at the shop (probably the owner since 1901) helps me pick out the best - "lo mejor" - and the price is three artichokes for $1000 Chilean pesos which I think is a pretty good deal. I eat them ...
... to see one guy starting a Mural on his wall. So cool to see a real street artist in action. So refreshing to actually see beautiful and artistic graffiti. I took a hell of a lot of pictures! We stopped at a local friends of his house and he gave us the local speciality cookie. Yum yum. He continued to guide us through the towns streets and explain more and more. We ended the tour at a unique jewellery shop owned by some Chilean tribes men. ...