Edificio Presidente Santiago
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... go through Customs or battle through crowds to find our contact person. The traffic here seems much more ordered and civilised. The half day tour we though was this afternoon has been rescheduled for tomorrow morning and apparently we've been booked into the hotel for 2 nights which will be more convenient as our flight to Australia leaves at midnight. After checking in to our hotel, we walked around the district and along the river before ...
... a lunch before heading off to find all the ingredients necessary for the curry we were to make. Unfortunately for us the oriental shops that I had seen were all bakeries. A little weird considering the name doesn't really make me want to pop in for something sweet. From that moment we decided to head back to the fish market as there was a spice shop next door as well as a shop where we could get the rest if the ingredients. As we changed direction we happened upon ...
... that I won't melt in the rain. Then we got back to the hotel and everything improved from there. We stayed in and had soup for dinner. Went to bed by 9:30 haha. I had a good chat to ryan on the phone before bed, and told him about the old Aussie couple from sydney we met!!! They were from pennant hills area, and I swear she was my aunty Michelle in a few more years! Looked like her and spoke like her, everything! We went to bed with hope for the next day exploring the ...
... being revived by fashionable restaurants and shops nightclubs etc... The walls are covered with interesting street art. The streets are vibrant at night and people are happy and animated. Had a great meal at an eclectic restaurant " Azul Profundo" great seafood. City was smoggy when we were there, so we did not manage to see the Andes as the backdrop to the ...
... we enjoyed about half of a Latin techno group's very popular song (everybody else knew the words). We made it to the funicular late in the afternoon and just in time for one of the last rides up the mountain. The views were much more spectacular than those that we had seen from the Spanish fort, and we could almost see the majestic mountains east of Santiago. At the bottom of the funicular station were several streets of bars and restaurants, that resembled ...