Hotel Diego de Almagro Santiago Centro
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Let's go back to Mendoza. On our last day there Anna, Lisa, Chris and I went to Plaza de Chile for a picnic. We bought French bread and cheese and enjoyed the sunshine for a couple of hours. Mendoza was nice. Plaza de Chile was nice, a hommage to the eternal friendship of the two countries. Kind of cute, Chile and Argentina are like besties.
That afternoon we were invited to visit the 'Open Arms' orphanage in a poor suburb of Mendoza. Quite a ...
... to Romelio so the boys can all watch the Brazil/Venezuela game. We drove down and dropped them off... But I drove back! Thanks goodness we have a GPS! Made it home with only one cabby beeping me lol! Guess I can drive in the crazy city! We are off to Romelio's home town near Ovalle, about a 6 hour drive. Will be there for 2 nights and am not sure what the Internet is ...
... most of the way, was good to have some company on the way up and he was really loyal until we saw other people and they had food..Really good views of the city and not as much smog as the first day when i arrived.
Caught up with a girl i went to uni with, which contacted me after finding out on fb i was in Santiago. Was really good seeing her and we had a good lunch together.
Stayed one more day in Santiago than I had planned too. Got the ...
... finish watching the movie which about 90% of the time takes place in the Palacio de la Moneda, leave the cinema not thinking about where you are, walk out and you just stand in front of the building where history was written!
Other highlights were probably more fun than cultural, but we don't need to go into details with everyone of them... ...
... it still up to stratch - even whilst wearing less than ideal footwear. For lunch I headed to a fish restaurant which the walking tour guide had recommended - but she had forgot to mention the part about it being situated in the middle of a fish market, well at least I knew the fish was fresh! Armed with my phrase book I managed to order my entire meal in Spanish and feeling very pleased with myself I tucked into the largest piece of sea bass I have ever seen whilst ...