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Everytime I see something from Vina del Mar this clock pops up. Its a very nice working clock that evry 15min played a tune. The flowers were not super colorful due to (I imagine) the end of Winter and beginning of Spring but its something...More
I didn’t expect much, but I enjoyed my day trip out to Viña del Mar, thanks to one Jean-Marie, who works for Turistik. Thanks to his suggestion I hopped on a bus, and was pleased by my tour guide Javiera. She was very professional and...More
Simply can't help but marvel at this gem of a botanical display located at the bottom of the foothills with a view of the Pacific. It has the worthy merit of being one of the premium attractions in the Garden city (quite appropriately) inaugurated in...More
What a lovely colourful large clock right opposite the sea Only problem is the amount of people visiting it to get a great pic without someone in it Go early or later I’d suggest You don’t have to be a keen gardener to appreciate the...More
This clock is similar to one at Niagara Falls, NY, USA. To some , it is just a tourist trap type place, but it is very pretty and I bet most tourists stopping here do not realize that this is an actual clock that had...More
Yes, flower clock works properly 24/7. Don’t worry ! The technical man will take care of it. For your summer time in August, South America is just in winter. Bring some wind proof jacket coz it is windy and cold in the... More
Yes, flower clock works properly 24/7. Don’t worry ! The technical man will take care of it. For your summer time in August, South America is just in winter. Bring some wind proof jacket coz it is windy and cold in the beach.