- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... vibe of its own. It is a colourful city, reaching up from sea level skyward, covering 3 main 'cerros' (hills), which comprise the residential areas, with twisting steep streets and alleyways. To get up there you either 'hoof it' up very long staircases, or take an ascensor for 30 cents or so...hmmm....hard choice!
Along the way, where ever you go you will certainly be wowed by the amazing street art. Many famous chilean artists ...
... water's spray. We took a boat into the falls after our recommendation the previous day. Having a phobia of of being underwater, this was not something I was looking forward to but James was facing his wine demons in Mendoza so I figured I could drown my face in water. Shame there were no water into wine miracles on this day as we got dreanched! I can't really blog on this as had my eyes shut the whole time but judging by the whoops on the boat I think ...
... swag. We ended up in the section with all the raucous locals, and found a seat where we could watch both them and the game. Honestly, the fans were more interesting than the game. I feel bad saying it, but it felt like we were watching a university-level game or something, which is strange in a country so soccer-obsessed. The Wanderers put in a goal with 5 minutes left in the game and ended up winning. Oh well. At least the fans were fun to watch.
On Monday I got ...
... public busses without schedule whith very short stops to hop on / hop off. the bus was crowded and the people were looking a bit angry at my huge backpack because i needed so much space. in the end i reached the corret station and had to walk up the steap Fischer stairway, one of Valparaiso's many stairs, which turned out to be quite difficult with all the luggage. But the hostel was nice with very ...
... at my curtain, ready to return the shampoo. I, trying to protect what meagre shred of dignity I still had left, shrilly told him to leave it on the floor outside. Needless to say I cut my shower short, got dressed and was out of there. I will be less inclined to share my shampoo with strangers in the future.
My favourite hostel in Valpo, Casa Verde Limon, was a fun and arty hovel complete with trapeze equipment, should you be inclined ...