Four Points by Sheraton Santiago
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Well I slept in quiet late about mid day... Jet lag obviously! I caught the metro up to the 'Santa Cristobal, the massive hill on the edge of town with a 15 m high Virgin at its summit. Tried to walk up, with zero success, walked for ages only to find the access track was closed, doubled back and caught the funicular to the summit and very nice is was too. The top was set up for outdoor service with rows of benches amongst the garden. The church ...
... spend all day here people watching, sipping coffee and nibbling on a chocolate muffin, but alas, the city is calling. After we left the coffee shop we started to head downtown. Little did we know it was a 3 mile walk. The wonderful thing about Santiago is that there are beautifully maintained parks on every block! It is such a charming city. However, one of the parks we walked through was home to several stray ...
... to their traditional ways in the South and were never conquered by the conquistadors.
We also learned about the demise of Salvador Allende who was the socialist president fairly elected in 1970. After 3 years of disastrous economic policy and CIA inspired destabilization there was a military coup and he shot himself with an AK-47 given to him by Fidel Castro. Allende was followed by ...
Sometimes you need to chillax and today was the day. After FaceTime-ing Jennie I headed off to the recently reopened Museum of Pre-Colombian Art. It was beautifully laid out and had some English labels that helped. Despite the impressive collection of artefacts - and the textiles were superb - I did feel disconnected from the art. It may have been the subject matter, the grotesque designs or the lack of a western connection but much of it leaves me cold. I did, however, spend over ...
Chile is world renowned for their excellent wine and the brand "Concha y Toro' is no exception, except being exceptionally extraordinary that is. Leah, Caleb & I toured the vineyard where one of Leah's favourite wines, Casillero del Diablo, is grown. For $8900.000 Chilean Pesos ( approx $18 USD) we had an hour guided tour in English of the vineyard, gardens, wine cellar and family reserve with three tastings. The first was a 2012 Sauvignon blanc called TRIO. The name comes from ...
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