Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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aeroporto bem organizado
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... of the Andes. There are also many different barrios (neighbourhoods) to visit, our favourite being barrio Lastarria which is home to Cerro Santa Lucia; a towering hill with fountains and curved staircases giving excellent views over the city. Also present within the same barrio was a fantastic ice cream parlour, which we enjoyed daily sitting in the nearby park escaping the heat. Our accommodation ...
... army who shot at the snipers defending Allende. A statue in the plaza was never repaired and the statue still has a hole under the left eye.
We walked through the plaza and across the road into the Paris/London neighbourhood. The architecture of the area has been copied from the two cities and it also has the oldest church in Santiago and heaps of cafes and restaurants. It is the only part of Santiago that has curved streets which is also copying ...
... along with us on this adventure whether they liked it or not. She and I have had many conversations during this year about how this voyage will affect us and the kids long term. Although the impact may not be evident immediately, we know these experiences will last for our lifetimes. My personal goal at the start of this year abroad was to cement the relationship between me and the kids as well as the relationships amongst themselves and I believe this has ...
... ATM when my card started playing up. He also gave me his old bus card to use. Score!
Places visited today: Providencia, Parque Arauco, Patio Bellavista, Bellavista, the Metropolitan Park (and a ride on the funicular), Mercado Central.
My first impressions of Santiago - A old and very busy city that doesn't have a huge amount of touristy type attractions as such, but ...
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 ...