Conde Ansurez Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... screening the South Africa vs Argentina rugby game. We were able to catch the final 14 minutes of the game. We couldn't believe that we had lost for the first time ever to Argentina. Sad about the shocking game, we headed to the shops and bout the ingredients then headed back home ready and willing to show our hosts a good time with good food.
We started dinner and whilst it was simmering away had lovely conversation with Pablo. This time is ...
... Sat night. Unfortunately, I ended up with a GI bug and was pretty much out for the count. Feeling a bit better today and I can now say we are on our way. Flight leaves at 5 pm but we are heading to my annual family reunion for a bit. Better late than never! When talking with the boys about their vacation, they have been pretty excited for a while. Liam says he is very excited... Especially to see the soccer ...
... actually switched hotels that morning, since we decided after a relatively tight schedule in New Zealand that we would like to be a bit more flexible in South America. The first move to that end was to extend a night in Santiago, but our hotel had no availability that night so we moved further towards the higher end suburbs, to a rather sterile area that was kind of like the Tech Center in Denver. The next morning, we packed up and headed to the bus station on our way to Valparaiso. ...
... customs, get our bags and get to the domestic airport and book our bags through to Perth. I was determined I wasn't going to miss the flight and so I had to be a bit assertive to make sure we got processed and onto the flight. No-one at the airport seemed to want to make the process any easier for people getting connecting flights.
We booked the bags through at the international airport and then we had to catch the bus to the domestic ...
... immigration into Chile.
We finally arrived in Santiago at 18:30 where it was easy to navigate the very efficient subway system to our hostel in the centre of the city, located on the plaza de armas.
Most places were closed on Sunday so after a quick bite to eat of some much needed vegetarian food we enjoyed the excellent view from our 6th floor hostel before enquiring about a walking tour for the following day and having an early ...