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... range forming a natural barrier in the East and the Mapocho River enclosing the city in the West.It is an area of high seismic activity and the residents of Santiago are used to the odd underground rumble during the year.It goes with no surprise that Chile's architects are masters at designing buildings that counteract seismic activity.
The main commercial road “Avenue Providencia” runs from the North to the South, West of the river for ...
... wasn't popular so one, clever, man decided to fix that. He created stand up coffee shops. There was no need to sit down, just stand behind bar tables and sip coffee while being served by ladies in very skimpy, tight outfits. Coffee shops became popular and people didn't think about the taste of the coffee. Over time the concept was getting old so it needed to be spiced up. The 'classic coffee shops' were replaced with 'coffee with legs, coffee shops', taking ...
... find our way there and there's a helpful lady there who checks us in and shows us to our apartments. We all head off to nowhere in particular, it gets hotter and hotter as the day goes on and we struggle to find a bar. Eventually we stumble across bar and restaurant street for some much deserved rehydration. Following the beer (less than two pound for a litre) we get a funicular up a big religious hill. Good views of the city but quite hazy due ...
Today was finally the day of our great adventure! I woke up to sounds of Pearl loudly demanding attention. Having got a cuddle, we both went back to sleep. Dad then came in to say goodbye before he left. I slept a little longer and then did 30 minutes on the exercycle. During this time I rediscovered the awesomeness of 2NE1. The new album Crush is amazing! Afterwards I went to the pools and did 70 laps - doing 4 slow and 1 fast. When I got home, I repacked and waited for mum to ...
... we had the card.
Unfortunately the next day was one of those days were the toilet becomes your best friend and Andy ended up in bed for most of the day, quite ill. I will spare you all the details of that particular 24 hours.
The next day we headed to Plaza de Armas and the central food market. We stopped by the presidential building and various statues and fountains. Outside the market I had ´a moment´ with a street dog. Strays ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center