Hotel San Martin
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... I guess that's a normal sight for some, but it was new to me. I also had a sweet Chilean snack that I really enjoyed. It's called mote con huesillo and it is basically a cold peach juice with a preserved peach (pit included) and a scoop of cooked barley. It was refreshing and not overly sweet. All in all, it was a nice relaxing day at the ...
... get there the next street is 30 ft below. This was very true and I had to find staircase hidden down an alley to get me down to sea level again. There were lots of little shops fill of pretty things and I was glad I had as mission or I might have been tempted to buy some things for myself, particularly in a gorgeous art gallery. Instead once I'd got the presents I settled for an ice cream in s shop whose flavours included Thai pineapple, basil mint and lemon, rose, chocolate ...
... br> We went to Cinzano for our last night as it is considered an institution in Valparaiso. Didn't quite live up to what we had expected. Think maybe they live a bit too much on the history of the place.
Had dinner at Le Pimenton and thoroughly enjoyed the meal - well priced and good honest food.
... I was kinda mad cause it was really cool, he had a lot of stuff. He is a famous chilean poet who died in 1973.
We also took an ascensor which are the traditional carriage things that go up the hills (there are a ton in Valparaiso) but this one was huge and it took us to the top of the church where there is an outside church. like an amphitheater. and a huge statue of Mary with a little prayer area. Also you can see almost all of Santiago and a nice view of the ...
... we made our way to the b & b run by Jose (an ex US marine) & Karen and their cool dog jack!! Glad to find that Chilean people do not eat as late as Argentinians and places don't open much after 10pm we grabbed a quick pizza and then bed.
A bit of info on Valparaiso. It is about 2 hours away from Santiago and the seaside destination for the majority of people wanting to get away from Santiago for a ...