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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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... to it, but it filled me up. After our meal, it was close to 11pm, so we decided to head back. We boarded the bus back to the apartment area. This particular bus looked pretty ghetto, and the driver literally started driving while I had a leg out the door. It was definitely quite the ride home. The driver drove so fast, literally one of the seat cushions came into the aisle. Once we got off the bus, we went back to the apartment, and went to sleep pretty quickly. So ends day ...
... travelled. We travelled the 4 stops
to the bus terminal which was only nearby through an underground passageway.
Buses to Valparaiso leave all day every 20 minutes so we only had 20 minutes to
wait and then a 2 hour trip to the city. The taxis here are very expensive but
the town is built onto the side of many hills so the taxis can charge for a
necessary convenience. We ...
... 11th) when democratically elected, socialist president Salvador Allende was ousted by the militia. The coup was lead by none other than Augosto Pinochet, with the support of his right wing neighbours and ofcourse the USA, without which no Cold War story would be complete.
Allende, after telling Pinochet to stick his offer of freedom and safety in exchange for rule over Chile, made a gallant farewell speech over the radio, and ...
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We arrived in Viņa del Mar late at night. It ...
... things more interesting and confusing! On the train we were treated to a surprising sound, pan pipes, it seems that not all the South American Pan Pipers are in British city centres after all, and yes, he was also selling a CD of pan pipe music! On alighting from the train we realised that each carriage had a different busker. It made the journey more entertaining. Viña del Mar is a more modern, open and seemingly more ...