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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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Santiago is the capital of Chile. Moving around Santiago was quite challenging. While it is a surprisingly modern city with an efficient running metro system, hardly anybody there speaks a word of english! Except of course those in the tour industry. Chile is one of the most expensive countries in South America to visit. Santiago is a crowded city …
... to a warm autumn day. Grateful for the chance to stretch out legs properly, we completed immigration and waited at the baggage carousel. While we were looking out for our hold luggage, a team of happy, energetic dogs came through the hall, accompanied by handlers from the Ministry of Agriculture. It appeared that their job was simply to sniff out food in bags. The handlers would then put red tape on bags that the dogs had liked the smell of and leave it to ...
Well, I thought I was never going to get to Chile. First my flight was delayed 26 hours due to mechanical fault with the aircraft and we were put up in a hotel at Auckland airport for the night. The following day we checked in and boarded the aircraft, only to discover 30 seats had red tape across them. Of course, one of these was mine. Because one exit door had a light out we couldn't use those seats for the flight. After ...
... largest malls, the new retail mall in Santiago called Gran Torre, which is also the tallest building in Latin America. The Xmas tree in the centre of the mall was 5 stories high, and had the first fantastic coffee in Chile. Unfortunately Chile is not known for its great ...
... down the street singing hymns etc.
The day ended with dinner in the Bellavista restaurant quarter, sitting outside watching the world go by as it was still very warm and a walk around there before heading back to our hotel.
In reality there is nothing of real note to see in Santiago - the tours are very basic stuff, and involve just the usual churches, palaces and squares.