Dei Templi Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Chileans. We decide to go back to their office first thing monday morning and discuss the "in transit" issue again, before we have the BoL changed. This is a customs term that should not be applicable to our tourist vehicles. We certainly do not want to end up in a Kafkaesk situation that our our cars stay "in transit" throughout South America, with us following them in a hired car, never being allowed to drive them. During the week that follows we ...
... was interesting and included two rides on funiculars to get to the top of several hill communities. Such beautiful vistas. We had a very special 5 star lunch overlooking the water, high on the hill of Cerro Concepcion.
We felt two tremors this week in Renaca. Apparently, earthquakes are quite common in Chile!
And before you know it, the week ended and it was time for us to travel to Santiago for the beginning of our three week ...
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... We found a nice little bar/restaurant and had the menu of the day - bread and salad, followed by a veggie lasagne, with a glass of wine or juice. Yum! The wine here was lovely and we stopped for another glass before setting off again to explore the cobbled streets, lined with brightly coloured houses. As you can see from the photos, lots of the buildings here are brightly painted and daubed with graffiti (if you can really call it that here). The effect ...
... longest coastline in the world, it will never be Australia!!
We took a very scary bus ride to Quintay (takes about 45 minutes) which is an old whaling village on the coast. Just the most amazing spot and (guess what) whilst we were there, we had the most delicious fish lunch and watched the catch coming in. The salmon was weighed on the boat and then went straight into the restaurant (see pics). Before we left for Quintay, we walked around ...