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... green hill in me city which was the site of the original Spanish fortress there. It gives a great view of the city and there's lots of greenery and terraces to sit etc. really pretty. Then we drove to weaponry square which is their city centre square, which when the city was first founded by the Spanish they basically cleared this square, and in the middle they kept all their weapons. So when the Indians attacked they would all run to this square to get their weapons to fight ...
... the city.
The following day we headed to an art museum in the centre. After that we walked around the city to see Plazas, Cathedrals, Government Buildings, Opera Houses and a park on a hill that overlooked the whole city. After that we grabbed an ice cream and sat in the park until it was time to leave this country and continent.
That night we flew to New Zealand!!!!!!! Good bye South America!
Hallo meine Lieben.
Hier nun ein paar Bilder von Anfang August bis Mitte September. Dabei ist auch eine Wanderung im Cajon de Maipu, sowie ein Ausflung ans Meer nach Vina del Mar und Valparaiso. Bilder von unserem Grilltreff Ende August gibt es auch. Da kann man sehen, wie schön die Anden wirklich sein können. :D Ansonsten gibt es ja Beschreibungen zu jedem Bild.
Alles Liebe. Besitos y un fuerte abrazo.;)
... It is a place for visual arts, dance, theatre, musical performances etc. There is quite a vibe there amongst arty youngsters, it's really cool! After seeing a few other cool plazas and parks, we walked over to the Bellavista Neighbourhood and popped into the Patio de Bellavista where we were with Catalina the night before. It reminded us a bit of 44 on Stanley in JHB in that it's kind of like a converted factory/warehouse that has been modernized and turned into a patio of ...
... a decidedly peaceful air about it.
We veered off course to book a bus out of town, then stopped to admire the triangle-shaped stock exchange building. Our stomachs needed refilling so we went back to the condo for a lunch break.
Shortly thereafter we climbed the many winding staircases of Cerro Santa Lucia which, due to its varied historical purposes, is the site of an odd assortment of photographic opportunities. Near the exit there was a small ...