Caesar Business Santiago Centro
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... was awesome. We went to a big theatre where they were a traditional Chilean band was playing. Was great to meet fellow travellers so soon and we all had a great night out together. Despite getting lost on the way home and spending hours trying to find my way home or a taxi driver that could speak ...
... museum were of naval battles during the war that Chile fought with Peru. The guide came to collect us from the museum and we were driven to a little restaurant in the countryside for our lunch. It served typical Chilean food and the main course was a stew of either turkey and vegetables or beef and vegetables. It was served with potatoes lightly sautéed with thyme and was very good. After lunch we visited two wineries for tours and tastings. The countryside was beautiful ...
What can one say about a 26 hour journey - at least it's over.
Santiago was smoggy so not a lot to see, then a few hours at the airport where I connected with Susie, who will be my traveling companion from here on.
then the final leg of the trip, 3 hours flight to Lima - in the very back row of the plane ...
... and was somewhat more extensive!) identified that this was very close to the centre of Santiago and that there was also another winery very close by – could we possibly do two? As it turned out, no, due to time constraints. However, courtesy of info in the Wine-List.Me Chile we switched to Viņa Aquitania.
Viņa Aquitania turned out to be owned and started in 1990 by Paul Pontallier (who is the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center