Director Hotel - Vitacura
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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Met at airport by our tour Manager Patricio, onto a bus to drop us at our Hotel Atton Vitacura, very nice & very modern ... Very lucky to have our room on the top (20th) floor, with a stunning view ... I would say over the eastern part of the city with the Andes mountain range as a backdrop. Checked in & had a well deserved shower then a …
... to 600 poor people from the area. It really was quite a moving experience and worthy of comment, before I dive into the normal nonsense that you'll find in these blogs.
Back to the normal nonsense then. We left Mendoza and headed for the border, through spectacular Andean landscapes. Upon arrival at the border we were notified that it is illegal to carry meat or veg products into Chile. The customs officers were then treated to the spectacle of ...
... a bit sappy lol. Driving home my stomach was turning and so I took a nap. We parked our car and made our way to the presidential palace, where Ed has arranged a tour. It was a quick one hour tour and we learned a lot about the 1973 coup. Romy was very impressed as he lived though the coup and remembers a lot of it. We left the palace and walked through paseo ahumada. A ...
... so that I made sure I saw all the main sights. Hopped off at San Cristobal hill to ride the funicular to the top to see views of the city. It wasn't the clearest of days so the views weren't the greatest! My next mission was to locate the market so that I could re-buy my alpaca jumper that was in my bag that got stolen, it took a while of searching but I found the one I wanted, also couldn't help myself to buying a few other items! My last activity ...
... factor, but nonetheless I feel a huge amount of sadness that I am in fact alone in another country for the first time in my life. I think it may just be the initial shock but I miss home more than I ever thought I would. Things look fairly dark from here but the support that mum dad and kin are giving me will help a lot. I know what dad says is true and that things will get better but I just hope that happens ...