Luz Azul Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Yugoslav, a scenic street at the top of this hill.
The streets were very narrow, but perhaps the most surprising thing was the most of the buildings were heavily influenced by British architecture. HUH? Where's the Spanish influence? I learned that this area of Chile was heavily settled by the Brits and Germans hence the difference in the architecture from other areas of Chile Who knew?
The other cool feature was all the ...
... everyone I was the first to leave and head home to bed around 11. Which brings me to today. I have finally started to attempt to get my food together (ie not surviving off avocados and empanadas) and made a bit of a meal plan, so I will head off to the grocery today and then the feria (vegetable market) tomorrow to begin my culinary creations. I do however have two of the best Empanadas in the fridge as back up. Hope you enjoyed my blog, and I look forward to hearing what you ...
... pulling the car over for a better view. We spotted 4 condors in one area, floating through the air with such ease.
When we finally reached our starting point of the trek where our guide gave us a quick overview on how to use the showshoes. It was pretty simple, walk and don't get them crossed over. You end up walking a bit like a duck but it was a lot of fun. It turned out to be a perfect day; the sun was ...
... I must say, Santiago has far more black folk than I imagined. Not that there are many, but apparently a wave of migrants from Dominican Republic, Haiti, Peru and Colombia has altered the face of Chile slightly. Anyway, one of the ladies, que se llama Chili, was Dominican. The other was from Ecuador. We chatted…and they were quite surprised that I was from the States. Nonetheless, they offered assistance in any way…noting that ...
... stroll up the steep pathways to the top where we got a glimpse of the Andes which provide a stunning backdrop to the city before we returned via the cafe/bar lined barria lastarria to the play area and a cosy nearby cafe with a warm fire.
By far the highlight of the day was our meal out in Bar Nacional, a real locals place in the middle of a busy street. I had a steak, Rachel tried an escalope and both of us enjoyed a very generous glass of house red which was full to ...