Hotel Diego de Almagro Centro
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... which was the architect's intent). The windows were huge so at the same time it made you feel like you were living in the outdoors. And the décor was something else. Neruda was a well traveled man and he collected art and artifacts from every country he visited. There were dolls from Russia and Poland, colourful glasses from Portugal and Mexico, a table from Paris, a bar from the France, plates from various countries in Europe, art from from France, books from all over the ...
... shops, it really was no different to home. Apart from, of course, the heat - temperatures were around 30°c everday, which we are just not accustomed to.
That evening we treated ourselves to an amazing Thai restauarnt, the food was that delicious it gave Try Thai (my favourite restaurant in Manchester) a run for its money. Another example of how impressed I was of what Chile has to offer! ...
... to Valparaiso and head back via the metro. When we checked in to our apartment, the owner told us to find a place called La Piojera. He told us the famous drink there is called terremoto - earthquake - and we read that they are really strong and you can only order one. We were psyched. The place was as described -- an open couryard area, standing room only, but actually not as crowded as I expected. There are dining areas too, but we weren't there to eat. We went to the ...
... Forestal, and called it a night. I was exhausted! So tired from a long day of site seeing and walking around the entire city.
It was time to get my things together as tonight would be my last night in Santiago. I was going to be leaving the next day to catch a bus to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Adios Chile!
Day 3: Woke up early today to catch an early breakfast, and head out. I had to be at the bus station by no later than 9:30 AM considering ...
This morning Rach and I headed to the bigger mall further outside of town. The metro here is very good, and the city feels very functional generally. I've come to accept I may not find another tough camera, and don't know if I still need one. I think the days of running into waterfalls are behind me, but it was always good to know it could resist being dropped by someone clumsy etc. Either way I did some tinterweb research into regular ones, ...