Hotel Marina Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Marina Azul Vina del Mar
We had no reservations so with luck we were able to get this hotel right near Starbucks on the waterfront near the Municipal Casino of Viña del Mar. Clean, airy room looking out on the park.
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... houses and incredible street art – a result of encouraging the youth to turn their love for graffiti into something more beautiful. The upper and lower parts of the city are connected by a number of old funicular railways constructed at the turn of the 19th/20th centuries. We had the joy of riding in one.
The home of poet Pablo ...
... by not putting their tags over the top. Some are a mutual compromise with the mural painted around the tag. A walking tour of the town reveals some of the hidden gems and artwork. Each hill is individually identifiable by its name and its sense of community. Neighbours rely on each other if they need something as walking down the hill and back up again is not always a practical option. Once you're up in the hills it easier and better to stay put. They all know ...
... as to exploit my own suitcase so I am prepared to forego confidentiality and tell you that I am only taking 30% of its gross earnings for five years up to the first 10 Million Dollars and only 20% thereafter. I don't think anyone could say that is excessive. I have switched my phone on and am now just waiting for the first call from Hollywood.
Later we take the Metro to Vina del Mar. Vina is a city just along the coast. It is really joined on ...
... fashion. Graffiti and murals were not only a representation of the people's sentiments, but also a media of communication. Oriana tells us that nowadays the art's colours are very aggressive and strong.
We visited the house of the famous poet, Pablo Neruda. It was explained that the first floor was for sleeping, the second floor was a room for living and it had a bar and a beautiful view of the city and ocean so ...
... guacamole, and beers. It all came to about £2.50 each. Sweet. Dinner was really good and followed by a wild game of Uno, it felt like I was a seasoned traveller for real now. We went to the bar below the hostel, which was covered in art, and we could play music. We made friends with some seasoned German Berghain veterans, and before you knew it the girl was cutting Al's hair. Just the ends as the length is precious to him. She had the wildest style of cutting I have ever seen. ...