Edificio Club Presidente Santiago
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... same mountains prevent winds moving air out of the city making it heavily polluted and so a clear day is pretty rare. It also happened to be pretty cloudy while we were there which didn’t help however we did manage to see a white outline of the snow caps one afternoon which by itself looked pretty impressive!
Our hostel was in a pretty good location so we were able to walk easily into and around the city. There isn’t ...
... operation where she picks up stray dogs and finds homes for them in her spare time, and they have four dogs (currently five actually) and two cats. And the other daughter (whose exact age is currently unknown, but is somewhere around 12), as I quickly found out at my first family dinner, Is a hard core gamer. Like she's going to the Chilean version of comicon as a pokemon. And I think she's going ...
My second day in Santiago proved to be quite surprising. I also learnt that no matter where you are in South America, from the poorest country to the most expensive such a thing as organisation does not exist and if you try it will not work out the way you want!
I left my hostel around 10.30 and took the metro to the designated meeting point to find Sarekha. I arrived just before we were supposed to meet and waited on the platform. After 15 minutes there was no sign ...
... was previously used by the Spanish as a lookout point in case the Mapocho native people attacked. Charles Darwin proclaimed 'the rock' has having 'certainly most striking views' in 1883. A short walk along Av O'Higgins we saw the oldest surviving colonial building in Santiago, Iglesia de San Francisco, it began being built in 1586. Due to Santiago having 5 little earthquakes everyday and one big earthquake every 10 years the church surprisingly kept falling down. It took 300 ...
... from whence it came.
One afternoon we stopped slapping sloppy mud onto straw walls earlier than usual and took a walk down a river to a 30m waterfall to have a swim. It was indeed quite a Chilly waterfall. We jumped in and jumped straight back out, breathless and in fear of getting hypothermia. The thundering crystal waters flow directly from the snow-melt in the mountains above and are rather nippy. We soon thawed out in the sun like freerange dassies and then ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility