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Travel Blogs from Santiago
... in Buenos Aires but it was pretty different. This cemetery is the size of 117 soccer pitches, so as you can imagine, it houses quite a few bodies. There was one section where coffins were stacked 4 high in each floor of a building that was about 6 stories. We were then told that most of these coffins have 3-4 bodies in each because it is cheaper to have all of your family buried in 1. The most our guide had seen, was 12.We walked around and our guide told us ...
... were not nearly as good as any wine from Chile, the kids had already seen the workings of the operation and were not terribly interested in a repeat. Not to mention, in 1993-4, Jonathan and I had spent months working on a vineyard in New Zealand, learning lots about the agricultural side of the industry, but with my palate remaining as unsophisticated as they come. Further, as bottles of this stuff on the grocery store shelves have been costing me no more than $3 US, I was having ...
... their tasting room for a sample of some of their wines.
1. Sol de Sol Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Made from vines planted in 2009 in Malleco, this was the first release from this experiment. There were only 1,000 bottles made and here we were, having some.
Straw colour, quite deep for a Sauvignon Blanc, clear and bright. Creamy nose with a dance between grassy and tropical with some white peach ...
... monitor which I wear on my arm) the female Security Guard said in the calmest manner "you can keep that top on sir" apparently genuinely thinking I was stripping to the skin and being completely un-phased by what panic blue tinged northern flesh can cause in confined spaces. I found my way through to Comptoir Libanais – a Lebanese restaurant which has the same wholesome feel as Leon but with more hummus and pickled lemons. I ...
Mum and dad left at 1.30am Tuesday morning to catch their flight, we all got up again to wave then of before heading back to bed for a few hours. My bus was at 8.20 so we got up early for breakfast and for sad goodbyes. It was hard to pick up rucksack again and head off by myself but knowing that i was seeing off on the route home was exciting. When I got to santiago I left my rucksack and set off to see the bits ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center