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TravelPod Member ReviewsEspana Hotel Santiago
Was a bit apprehensive reading some negative reviews. But turned out to be better than expected. Had a nice room. Nice shower. Cable tv. Wi-fi. But the breakfast area was a bit messy. U must be early to grab the better stuffs. The public toilet is also not well-maintained. But overall had a good stay there
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... avocado, and some beef empanadas, and a flan ( like creme caramel). This took several hours and was paired with some delicious wines. I was so impressed by Liam. He actually tried some of the things and was open minded. aidan on the other had........ The conversation was great, leading to some great discussions about the Chilean culture, Santiago today and the social issues of today. The chile of today is very different from when my in laws lived here and like any ex ...
... the ice of the Chileans around me and I proceeded to have this awesome lunch shared with a bunch of folks who spoke little English, but somehow we all managed to communicate and have a great time. One of the many reasons why I love to travel. You never when those unexpected awesome moments will just happen.
So after sharing a glass of wine with my neighbors, I said “adios” and left the restaurant. By now it was almost 3 and I wanted to get in one last ...
... to supporting our time in Antarctica. Zoologists, ornithologists and plain simple naturalists who also double up as Zodiac drivers. As we head down to Stanley there are a number of lectures on differing aspects of our adventure and these will continue as we move along. We also saw our first Wandering Albatrosses, with wing spans up to 3.5 metres, they are the worlds largest flying birds and gracefully elegant as they glide on air currents. They spend virtually their whole ...
... and from the area was about $2,000 chilean peso (about $3.50) so totally manageable. My friend accompanied me back to the hostal where I called it a night... It had never felt so good to lay in bed!
Day 2: Rise and shine to my 9:30 AM alarm... wanted to make sure I got up in time so that I wouldn't miss free breakfast. The Hostal had cereal, toast, yogurt, coffee, juice, and tea for breakfast. Small selection but totally worth it. After breakfast I ...
... in Santiago. Music was pumping, folks were laughing, debating and talking about women, politics, music, sports and society. It is clearly where the immigrant worlds of the Dominicans, Colombians, Haitians, Peruvians and Ecuadorians meet in unity – over a barbershop haircut!!! You looking for black folk in Santiago…go on over to the 5th and 6th floor levels of Caracol near Plaza de Armas any time of the day, 7 days ...