Atton Las Condes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... immaculate conception. Then back to the bus for the final tour of Santiago where the treasurer almost caused a diplomatic incident with a can of sun lotion, and the administrator saw his own trailer for 50 shades and nearly a not so immaculate conception.... We returned to the Radisson hotel for a swim with the Valentine's Day crowd (yes the jacuzzi was in full use) and a freshen up, then a taxi to the Noi Hotel to meet up with the ...
As I seem to be saying a lot these days, it's been a bit crazy recently. I know I haven't been maintaining this blog as diligently as I should have, and I'm sorry. In the next few days I'll try to fill in some of the blanks. However, there was a bit of drama since getting to Chile that I wanted to write about. I didn't want to write about this earlier because I didn't want to cause concern, either about the fact that I'd adopted a fairly random co-traveler, or for the fact that I know ...
... 1st trip out but our time of 07:00 is still plenty early to be booted up and ready. From our Zodiac we got a terrific sighting of Humpback whales, so close we wondered about the risk of one surfacing under the boat. We completed our trip and retuned to Seabourn Quest, our last Zodiac tour in Antarctica completed. This afternoon we set sail for Ushuaia, two days at sea and the Drake Passage are all that is between us and our next landing. Thankfully the forecast for the Drake is good, ...
... lit Pedro de Valdivia street to a Chilean restaurant, Luguria, where we had another scrumptious meal enjoyed by pisco sour, Mango sour, Adam testing yet another beer and accompanied by more Carmenere wine, what a life. After a stroll along the Mapocho River we headed Back to the flat and then into bed for a good nights ...