Atton Las Condes
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... We found a small New Zealand plaza on the way there. La Piojera was a crazy and extremely popular run down bar with broken chairs and writing all over the tables. So it turns out that these things are extremely strong. I was told that two drinks and you'll be seeing cross eyed, he wasn't lying. We stubbled out of there and made our way back to the hostel. We met up with a few more of Matts friends that had just flown in and made our way into Bellavista to send the rest of the night.
... and to see the black swans. I love flamingos (but not l as much as I love sea lions, or ocelots, or monkeys) and this was the closest I managed to get to them so took advantage with lots of pictures. On Saturday Francescas we headed back to the park went for lunch at Francesca mum's and house and met her partner as well as her aunt, uncle and cousin. We had a fun lunch with Chilean pisco sours (sweeter than Peruvian ones and made without ...
... in a bun with sauerkraut, relish, chopped tomatoes, cheese and Mayo, the local snack! After the tour finished we headed off for Ice Cream then walked back through the park before bumping into Matt & Courtney again!! We arranged to do the Pub Crawl on the evening so headed back to get some food and ready.
We met up at the Plaza Des Armes again then hit the bars on the pub crawl. Not a bad night really. Said a final goodbye to Matt & Courtney as we were leaving and ...
... just blocks the view of the Andes in the background. The river is rather unpleasant and apparently cause for every Presidential nominee to have a plan. Once you are across the river it is a cool suburb called Bellavista home to a university and a really cool bohemian vibe with tourism thrown into the mix. A heady brew of restaurants, bars and art shops it is a happening place no matter what your budget. Fabio stopped at one restaurant and went ...
... some of their friends, including a longer-term Colombian guest, Camilo. They were celebrating lots of new staff members starting, so the free beer, wine and rum shots kept flowing, and it turned into quite a night, even involving me playing the clarinet! When speaking to me they spoke mostly in English, but otherwise all the conversation was in Spanish, which I joined in with when I could, but it was definitely a struggle. I've decided I can't wait too long to start a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility