Apart Hotel Cambiaso
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... litres a year. We were taken to see the barrels where they store the various wines, shown a machine that separates the grape from the wine, glimpsed at the lab where they experiment with different wines, and through the room where they label and package all the wine. After our tour we were give four different wines to try. Although they were all okay, my favourite was the late harvest. It is a white wine that is quite sweet and reminds me ...
... where locals eat ice cream, sit in cafes and enjoy the outdoor entertainment. And we met up with fellow travellers, Warwick and Lauren from Canberra and Elise from Scotland whose path we have now crossed three times since Colonia in Uruguay.
Santiago grew on is in the few days we spent here. At first the city appeared loud, brash, frenetic and chaotic with crumbling, shabby buildings and ...
... man! Lunch was due to finish at 3 so we could move onto the next vineyard. After eating, drinking, chilling in the garden and thanking the chef and his team we got into the buses at 5pm for a snooze and a transfer to Santa Cruz. It's impossible not to fall in love with Chile when you are here. The consistent weather and the calm and beautifully mannered people make it intoxicatingly pleasant to be ...
... the mists blocked us seeing anything. The channel is 30 kilometres long and about 400 metres wide. The ship proceeded very slowly as ice is everywhere and a serious risk. About 21:30 the mists lifted and from then until sundown, at about 23:00, we got the most spectacular views. At 22:00 we crossed 65 Degrees South and the captain announced we had gone further south than any other Seabourn ship has done. This announcement initiated a degree of exuberance and celebration ...
... they are good! After a pint at a bar en route, we made our way to Bellavista, the hipster, trendy neighbourhood scattered with amazing graffiti, bars and restaurants. We queued for 30 minutes at another recommendation and finally had another Chilean specialty, lomo al pobre: a huge mount of French fries, sautéed onions, a huge slab of beef steak topped with fried eggs. By the time we finally rolled back to our apartment, we were full to the brim, jolly and totally in love with ...