Los Rosales Apart Hotel Las Condes
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... are watched. Murder and rape are rare but theft is common.
The police are very well groomed, well respected and are generally not open to bribes as they are in Argentina. They are very alert when on duty.
From 1973 to 1989 there was a military dictatorship in Chile which was ended by Pinochet. Since 1991 they have had a democratic government with a female president now.
There have been a few disasters in Valparaiso. ...
... of the recent coup d'état in 1973, the aftermath with the Dictadura of President Pinochet ending with the return to democracy. A place which left us very emotional, so recent and personal. Back home to a delicious meal of leftovers (fantastic) and some more delicious cake. A final walk to the local modern La Costanera shopping mall, an ice cream and back to pack before our long journey home in the ...
... in a standard hotel with a lobby, but we found a second reception in the neighboring building and were registered within minutes. Our loft was really nice - L shaped with a full kitchen along the long arm and a king sized bed and full bath off the short arm. The towels were so luxurious compared to some of the more threadbare ones we have had along the way. It's funny how you start to appreciate these small things. The neighborhood was also great. I told Darren that I want to live ...
Finally it's time to post all my pictures of my beautiful room and apartment! I moved in on Wednesday and came to a beautifully clean room as the cleaner had just been. I'd imbed my stuff in over a few days so I didn't have to lug 40kg in one go to the apartment. As I left the hostel on Pio Nono, I realised I would be moving fat away from Taco Bell and Chilean completo - a hot dog slathered in tomato, avocado and mayonnaise for $1.60 that I had become quite partial to. Probably for ...
... had ever seen “Seinfeld”, he was thinking we were from Del Boca Vista, where Jerry’s parents dined at 3 pm.
We piled in a van taxi at 7:30 pm and took a 30- minute ride to La Mar, a famous Peruvian/seafood restaurant owned by Gaston Acurio Jaramillo, ambassador of Peruvian cuisine. He is the owner of 40+ restaurants in several countries and is the author of several books.
The food was ...