Atton Las Condes
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet 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 …
... me out of nowhere with a purple ticket and pressed it into my hand. She explained to me first in Spanish and then again in English that it was an extra token she didn't need and I could give it over at the bar to get a free glass of wine. Highly bemused, I thanked her and turned around. Everywhere there were food carts, wine stalls, sizzling grills, pots and vats of sauces, dried ingredients, fresh produce. Delicious smoke hung in a cloud above this gourmet fiesta. Mouths ...
... behind scattered clouds. The town was quite busy with the local population going about their Saturday shopping , more for the essentials of living. The merchandise in the shops, and also the shoppers, reflected a much lower standard of living than we are used to in the Western world. In many ways we saw the kind of shops that we knew in Ireland pre 1960. The Chilean population, in this largely rural area, have racial features that are clearly Andean, perhaps Inca. It was ...
... lots of dogs - all sorts of shapes and sizes ranging from many with obvious German shepherd relatives down to small, scruffy numbers) but most seemed in good condition (certainly not the mangy muts I have seen in some places) and either in peaceful slumber or trotting around seemingly with purpose. While sitting enjoying an icecream in Plaza de Armas I watched a lovely young German shepherd helping the gardener with the hoses and enjoying the splashes, then as ...
... mapped out for us including informing us which bus to catch, we couldn't pay to get on bus need a swipe card but driver just waved us on anyway. We knew the number of bus stops we had to pass before getting off, but after 5 min we realised the bus was only stoping if someone pressed the buzzer or there was someone waiting. Google maps assisted us again with a guess of where to get off, we missed the correct stop and had to walk an extra kilometre through the ...