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... of interest pointed out. We were then delivered to the proximity of our hotel, & had to walk the last bit as there is no vehicular access.
Our Hotel is made from 2 of the very old houses which have been renovated and a stairwell unites the 2. Our room is on the lowest floor, 2 flights down from the reception area. Our room still has the old adobe wall ,but reconditioned. A fascinating place.
... hundred reversing dump trucks on tuesdaymorning. Diesels and generators. Ships unloading their cargo and taking on board fresh loads of containers, machinery and raw materials. During seven nights in the hotel we witness white ships, red ships, blue and black ships swallowing and spitting out hughe rolls of steel, crates and containers. And all the time we hear the beep, beep beep. Today we leave that behind us. The Audi can have eight people. Being ...
... above ramshackle housing on one of the city's many hilltops, and spread quickly as high winds rained hot ash over wooden houses and narrow streets. These formally colorful neighborhoods hug hills so steep that people often have to use staircases and funiculars, rather than streets. Many homes have been built without water supplies or access points which would enable firefighters to intervene, so much of the fight has been from the ...
... mostly a tourist town now after being named a UNESCO world heritage site in 2004. It is an extremely artistic place with some of Chile's most famous authors and poets making it their second home over the years. The really neat thing about Valparaiso is that their extremely easy going city council never put any by-laws into place about how you are allowed to paint your house. This means you can use any colour, or combination of colours, that you ...
... to buy it some day. We gave her a wave. She still seems very chipper! Also stopped for delicious home made alfajores that were obviously what they are supposed to taste like when they're not the ones that come for free on the bus journeys, and stopped to hear some ballads of the city played by an old guy on the guitar on Paseo Atkinson.
Tom ate a shellfish empanada, which turned out to be a wanton and foolish mistake, so missed the ...