Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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aeroporto bem organizado
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Today will border crossing and then take night bus to Lima. The border crossing is quite smooth. Sit at Internet place, txt Freddie and just watches YouTube. Chat with Binu. Got reply from eshwar, Murali's friend in Cisco. Once I am back to home, will clean my bags and prepare my ...
Last day in Santiago. We just walked around the neighborhood and watched movie and took nap. It's good to be with Freddie. The hostel was good to have dinner free. But I almost could not sleep at all. Too noisy. Too party. Overall I don't like chile so ...
... they can close as many museums for renovation as possible then they will endeavour to. So most of the afternoon was ambling along different streets, pausing on the occasional park bench to read my book. I lunched on chicken and chips in a diner by the main square, then discovered the city museum was also closed for you-know-what. So I gave up and returned to the hotel. During the ride to the airport the driver wanted cash upfront, which I duly gave him. He ...
... It makes for an amazing atmosphere. The city is an interesting blend between old and new. Many buildings remain from centuries past, and are in good shape. Facades are being retained when new structures are built within. But there is also plenty of new construction. Torre Gran Santiago is a 'shining' example of 70 stories of glass rising a thousand feet into the air. It is the tallest tower in South America and dominates the view from our apartment. ...
... was more like sharing a room in a house of a dear friend. It was a biggish house that a French couple turned into a hostel. They also live in the house and cook the guests breakfast everyday, including toast with an Eiffel Tower imprint. They were both extremely sweet. We knew we weren't staying long in this town so we headed off into the main square for our first completo (hot dog with tomato, avocado and mayo topping) and bilz (a chilean soft drink). We then ...