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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rondo Vina del Mar
Ik lig in de kamer aan de straatkant en door druk verkeer heel veel lawaai. Ook wanneer er in de andere kamers gedoucht wordt, hoor ik in mijn kamer het geklop van de pomp die druk op het water zet.
De service is hier zeer vriendelijk en het ontbijt is uitgebreid.
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... high on one of the hills and an architect designed masterpiece. Every window has a view to the water. It is now a museum and home to an art exhibition. Needed more time here to explore thoroughly.
Many grand buildings were once the homes of one family but are now hotels.
Had hoped to watch the sunset over the Pacific but unfortunately it set behind the ...
... last long as you tuck in for dinner. A must-see in Valparaiso is the house/museum of the acclaimed Chilean poet and noble prize winner, Pablo Neruda. Positioned in a prime position on the hills with views in all directions, it's an eclectic house showing his collection and love of unusual objects. Demonstrating his artistic and creative nature which led to his famous poetry. One afternoon, you venture into the local cemetery to explore. The architecture of their graves ...
... up and down the cobbled streets marvelling at the graffitied walls, doors, parks, everything is covered in tasteful art. As a more functional port city, there was no beach, so we took a day trip to Vina Del Mar which is a more luxurious beach resort (they even have a Starbucks and Pizza Hutt). It was disappointedly overcast for most of the day but we were lucky the sun got out in the end. To continue the feeding of Lucy's addiction we ...
... great for entertaining many people. The top floor was a small room with only windows and a desk, it was here that Neruda sat looking out over the ocean and writing his poetry. Perhaps it was at that very desk where he wrote "Laugher is the language of the soul" or
“Someday, somewhere - anywhere, unfailingly, you'll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.”
... packed our bags, said our goodbyes, and with noone from the hostel there to pay we left for the bus station. We grabbed a few apples and a sandwich for the journey, which we assumed was catered but later found out wasn't so much. We both crashed as soon as we got on, waking a few hours later. This bus trip was 20 hours, with an hour change over, and a further 5 hour bus trip. This was gonna be loooooonggg! We watched a couple of films, and some some tv shows and got served dinner. We ...