San Alfonso Del Mar
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The most amazing resort I've even stepped foot on. Holds the largest swimming pool in the world
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What a view to wake up too!! I left my curtains open in my ginormous double bed so I could enjoy the sun over our numerous pools. And I wasn't disappointed in the slightest! The girls geared up to go for a run whilst I settled down with a cup of hot milo and my book to enjoy the view (suckers!!!) it was good to see them come back though as I …
So we had a bus to catch today and we decided 12pm we would head to the bus terminal. So we decided to pop over to the shops for a quick browse. These shops are amazing. They're beautiful and huge! We browsed for a good amount of time before grabbing the cab back to our hotel. Here we picked up our bags and headed to the bus terminal. At the bus …
... and can easily recognise someone who doesn't belong to their hill. You were nervous about visiting Valparaiso as only a couple of weeks beforehand, it had experienced a very serious fire. You didn't want to be there if it was going to be insensitive to all the locals who were now homeless having lost their houses. Thousands of people had been displaced. But upon hearing that the downtown and tourist areas were unaffected you decide that visiting is the best thing to ...
... again to the Melbourne Cafe and then to the Ascensors to go back up to the Hotel. This time a German tourist stands on Kathleen's foot in the car. Never again!
Back at the Hotel we sit on the terrace and have our complimentary bottle of champagne. Well it would have been rude not to.
Reception recommends a restaurant called La Concepcion for dinner. It is lovely. Good view and the best food we have had in Chile. Highly recommended.
Amiga Oriana guided us through Valparaiso and introduced us to the amazing colours within. The houses are painted vibrant shades such as mint green, seashell pink, sky blue, and terracotta orange. Furthermore, the culture of graffiti and mural paintings can be seen on nearly every wall, staircase, and hand railing. This is an expressive group of people who love being outside and being social. 'The houses are small because ...