Atton Las Condes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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After most of the countries we have visited in South America we were not quite expecting how modern Santiago the capital of Chile is. It is not until you learn that the area has sustained many earthquakes, the most recent in 2010 that triggered a huge redevelopment programme. As a result there are very few historic buildings and most of the …
... comes from melted snow, runs along a man-made concrete watercourse. It isn't very deep but the current seems fairly strong. There are parks on either side of the river, with seats, exercise equipment, kids playgrounds, grass, gardens and trees and if you're close enough to the water you can't hear the traffic. Filling in the last few hours before a red-eye flight can be tedious and tonight was no exception. We were glad our transfer vehicle ...
... as the were no full loaves of bread in the shops so we had to use a typical Chilean roll. Anyways the food turned out really well and our hosts enjoyed their South African meal. We had a bottle of wine and then a Pisco and coke. Kev and I then headed to bed, Pablo and Montse had invited us to join them at a friends party that evening but we were both happier to spend the night at home.
We didn't really know what to do the next morning. We knew that ...
... flights and busses and was so helpful with where to stay in val Paraiso. Hope we see him again. Spoke to ryan on the phone and had plenty of contact with home which was great because I was feeling so nervous and anxious. Just the legnth of the trip was becoming more daunting and I was having separation anxiety. Particularly about ash and ryan. 57 days approximately til ash joins us! Crashed out around midnight. Successful first ...
... to do a tour, and that was a fine way to learn more about Santiago. The tour was a little over two hours, and more than anything, we learned about the violent history of the city and the entire country of Chile. Similar to the U.S., the natives were *******ized by ruthless invaders (in their case, the Spanish), and to this day lay claim to their native lands. In addition to the native wars, there were wars with neighboring countries - notably Peru - and in ...