Apart Hotel Cambiaso
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Palace just few blocks from Plaza de Armas.
The Palace,which dated to the late 16th century was surprisingly accessible. Traffic flowed past the front entrance a mere sidewalk away. Sure there were concrete barriers dividing the road and the sidewalk, and there were low rise metal fences preventing the riff raff from accessing the gardens and sides of the building, but there were no high walls and only a handful of armed guards stationed at each doorway ...
... He said he would let us know if anything else came in. We had a look at the other dealerships along the street and we found a good Toyota 4runner at a Honda dealer and 2 more Toyota 4runners at a Toyota deal and a Mitsubishi at an independent dealer all 4x4’s.
Day 3 let games begin! Time for the wheeling and dealing. After lengthy discussion we had a plan of attack, to hit up the Honda dealer (370 Irarrazaval Ave) first, try and push the ...
... the city. First up was the Museum of Memory and Human Rights, which chronicled the events during the Pinochet dictatorship. A cheery wee number to visit with a hangover. We then wandered around some of the parks, plazas and neighbourhoods Chico suggested which weren't on the usual tourist hit list. It was the weekend so the parks were busy with locals and there was some sort of street art or performance going on everywhere we went. In Barrio Yungay we happened upon a ...
... suggesting the pellet gun is the culprit, as if kids playing with toy guns is somehow a rarity. But what caused the cop to shoot after only 2 seconds of arriving on the scene? Did he fully assess the situation? Or was it a situation, once again, of seeing a young, black male and automatically perceiving danger?! The fact that he wasn’t even a teenager, but a 12 year old kid pushes this beyond ridiculous to the absurd! I can only imagine what Chileans, or ...
... we headed up to the first lockout regardless. This gave us a close up view of another large glacier that would occasionally let off a loud rumble sending snow raining down the mountain side. As we were about to head back we spotted some other hikers coming out of the bushes from the direction of the second lookout. We soon realised that no one was paying any attention to the supposed closure of the path and we excitedly rushed to the main lockout about an hour further on. As ...