Casa Bonita Bed & Breakfast
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This is the first time that we have ever made a return visit anywhere ! and Santiago did not let us down!
it was great not having to rush around doing all the sightseeing that you feel you should as we had already done it! so we spent a couple of days mooching around !
... meal, a lovely wine and great fun it is two o'clock in the night. At that time there are still quite some people on the terasses of the restaurants that are situated close to one another, in a lowered part of the Plaza. Stray dogs hang around everywhere, but they are not annoying at all. After dinner, we say goodbye to Paulo and Perla, thanking them for the help we had sofar and at half past three we hit the sack. Clean sheets and perfect matrasses make it easy to sleep until we wake ...
... font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">Planes used - 11
Buses/coaches used - 87 (+5)
Trains used - 25
Met up with Rob in Miami. Then an 8 hour overnight flight to Santiago. Arrived about 7 am their time. A two hour difference ahead Then instead of shuttle or taxi we did the local thing he likes to do-we took a local bus to the subway station to get to hotel. The hotel is a timeshare suite - The Versailles-we swhave kitchen and living room. Very nice Took a nap before heading out to ...
... hungry, you eat it. The reasoning behind it, is the bottom is full of wheat, and a whole peach (I think the canned variety) with the stone still in, and topped up with the sweet liquid so sugary it made my lips stick together. It didn't blow me away, but like empanadas, chile would not be complete without trying one. Heading back down in the funicular, I marvelled at what a fantastic day. My homesickness had been lifted (albeit temporarily) and I felt amazing. ...