"Ronny Bananas a amazing supermarket in Los Molles grate service in chill out atmosphere The music is always on and a little loud but I like it gives this place a happy feeling. On the out side there is a banner "" Somos felices "".
We are happy... Don't forget to stop and ask fore tips if you are traveling..."
"A little crafts store, Albaricoque, that has a few other vendors inside (massages, biomagnetology [awesome], a little cafe). Tended by very nice people."
"The network of roads that connects Chile and Argetina, It is also called Christ Redentor which is used to make a peaceful resolution of the border dispute between Argentina and Chile.
It is a very busy highway as it is major border which records heavy all year round traffic.Despite it dangerous slope and curves, it is very safe as it is well maintained."
"To me, it's an elevator that has the best view of Valparaiso, and is one of the longest and largest currently operating.
In the beginning was built to carry only military or marine people, which did not last too long and way to be open to the entire community.
Today is one of those who received more visits, also because in the top is there; Paseo 21 de Mayo, with has an incredible panoramic view of the city and the port of Valparaiso, where also you should find many small shops selling handcrafts typical of Chile, souvenirs and lapislazuli jewelry.
In addition to the above is an incredible place to take a picture with the city background."
"The oldest shop in Valparaiso to stay operating. Woronoff as a shop is part of the historical and cultural heritage of Valparaiso.
Founded in 1927 by the Italian Jacinto Cademartori who call the store with the unique named in honor of Serge Abrahamovitch Voronoff, a Russian doctor, who in the decade of 30th was popular because of his experiments with monkeys in search of a gene, who supposedly would achieve eternal youth. Cademartori was aware that Voronoff was very trendy at that time and that is why he named his store as "Dr.Woronoff Hats: the hat that remains for life"
In the shop have spent a countless number of celebrities such as Pablo Neruda who was always looking for a jockey to increase their collection and also to be enshrined as one of the must-see in Valparaiso."
"Excellent restaurant. It has an outdoor terrace with a panoramic view of the bay of Valparaiso. The food is delicious, I recommend the "roast" and "Shrimp Curri". It also has an extensive menu of Chilean wines. The dinner prices are between 40 and 45 dollars per person."
"Here's us in one of the famous ascensores, or funiculars, in Valparaiso, Chile. It's such a crazy steep city that these lifts are all over the place to help people get to places. We're on our way up to the maritime museum."