Hotel Eurotel El Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Flew into Santiago over snow capped mountains. Beautiful! Back down to earth when slugged for $117 US each when arriving at the airport. A tax in retaliation for Australia charging Chileans to enter Australia - so I am told. Spending one night here before another long flight to ...
... I befriended an extremely socially awkward Texan, Stephen, who has been travelling South America for 1.5 years on his American social security. Ahh, a kindred spirit. Eventually we also got talking to two Chilean guys, one who is of Korean descent and said he would take me to try some traditional Chilean fare next week. This brings me to today. Sleep eludes me, and green snot runs out of me as I try to fend off a flu that seems to get worse. I ...
... as it would work out around twice what it costs in Australia! Very disappointing.
We enjoyed even more Chilean coffee (delightful to be able to get actual expresso coffee!) and empanadas; tried 'Mote con Huesillo' (a traditional Chilean summer drink made with preserved peaches, wheat, and a nectar-like liquid); and in an interesting and dirty little bar, the 'Terremoto' - made with Vino Pipeno (young white wine) ...
... and cloud we decided to reschedule this for a time when we might get better views (we are still waiting...). Instead we took a quick look around the Museo de Bellas Artes which is one of the landmark museums but we felt a little underwhelmed by it. In order to restore the adult-child balance we took Chloe to a nearby park where she enjoyed swings, slides and ramps. A less big hill with no requirement for funicular (Cerro Saint Lucia) is located in the centre and we took ...
... colourful cobbled streets and lots of great places to enjoy a long lazy lunch. It was also home to one of Chile's most famous citizens, Pablo Neruda (no, we hadn't heard of him either). He was a colourful, creative poet-come-diplomat who loved the sea so much he built a unique house here inspired by all things nautical. He won the Noble Prize for Literature and died just days after the 1973 coup but leaves an indelible mark on Chilean ...