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Ok so the flight over went better than planned. MUCH better. One free upgrade to business class thank you :) I arrived safe and sound with a few expected nerves. After disembarking I eyed up my first victim to test my extremely poor Spanish on... the lady at the counter selling tickets for the shuttle bus. I chickened out and asked if she spoke English (in ...
... at a lot of very impressive buildings with lots of European influences we headed to Vina del Mar- city of roses for lunch. We had a lovely seafood lunch overlooking the ocean savouring a couple of bottles of Carmenere in beautiful sunshine. A lovely way to end our South American holiday. We were dropped down the street, did a bit of last minute shopping at a market then back home to ...
... cheaper, but than refuses to accept the cheaper price, when I arrive at the hostel. Burton answers the door at the hostel and also try's to argue my case, with no luck. 1hr in sth America and already getting ripped off. No big deal, we are talking $20. Just the principal of it. And I later learn that $20 is 2 bags of rack or 4 bottles if vodka. The next couple of days in Santiago are a nice rest. Hostel is quietish. A group of intrepid travelers are there and we had a big ...
... see the crowds, and get a lay of the land. Surprisingly, there wasn't much going on in terms of celebration or ceremony in the city, but we later learned that the official ceremony took place in Valparaiso. Still, there was a surprising lack of energy given the event. We explored the main commercial street, a few churches, an old cobble-stone colonial part of the center, and relaxed at a cafe for a bit. There we learned that when you order iced coffee, what you get is coffee served ...
... Avraham, I have photoes. Next time you come wies th me!
I am back in the hotel - it is in A nice neighbourhood, an old buildings. $24 per person! Santiago is not cheap. The food is cheap and good - a cooked meal in a cafeteria costed me $4. ALSO: a trip in the metro costs 4nis.
The piece of apple Dina carried weighted 35grams! ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet