BEST WESTERN Los Espanoles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... musical…he did actually have talent. The songs were short snippets. But his last one…was by far the best. (Or it was at least the one I could understand the most). It was a bit mellower…and he refrained from the head banging part. He announced he would close with a piece that was for all of us…one that we can take with us anywhere and everywhere…to work, on the train and even while sitting on the can…he called ...
... out for 8 hours in the middle of the day. Then hit the hostel bar for the 30-minute Free Beer session they do daily, followed by $4 1-litre beers, followed by a Midnight wander thru the streets of Bella Vista, checking out a number of bars and clubs. Returned to the hostel at about 4am, and slept the whole of Sunday away and woke at about 9pm. 17 hours sleep, but it's now almost 2am and I am wide awake! Haven't done very well in adjusting to the local time zone I must ...
... a local favourite chips topped with a steak, onion and egg mix. So good! Then we thought going to the zoo might be a good idea, it's cheap and on the side of a mountain. Turned out not to be a good idea. The cages were really small and not very nice at all. The canguru's were in a tiny dirt enclosure with hardly any water and the poor emù looked half dead. It had no water in its cage. A really sad zoo to be ...
... right in the centre of town, and is a handy walk to the Plaza de Armes, which is the main square in town. After a quick lunch, we walked along the streets. The difference between Santiago and buenos Aires is huge, and being a Friday afternoon, there were lots of people around and on these streets. We found a tourist information office and booked a tour for tomorrow. We then went out on the steer and we were immediately drawn to ...
... located right on the Pacific Ocean and is built on 43 hills. Every hill is a separate district with its own flair. Since the ascent from the city center up to the hills is difficult, elevators were built (a loooooong time ago!) to connect the hills to the center. From once about 30 of them nowadays seven are still in service and the "youngest" of them is almost one hundred years old!
The town center presented itself in a very different way. A strike of ...