Four Points by Sheraton Santiago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Santiago. The sun came out just in time to reveal the Andes, lurking threateningly in the background. An impressive view over a nice city. The locals refer to it as Santiasco, which I can best translate as 'Skankyago', but I found this a little unfair.
For some weeks Harry has been searching for thin long sleeved T-shirt, as his only long sleeved options are a jacket or a fleece, both of which are too warm for the spring time. Bolivia ...
... was a bit awkward, so Ed and Romy started talking to the gentleman and explaining why were were there. Ironically, after some discussion, the man remembered Romy, as he was their neighbour! The gentleman let us in and we were able to see the house. He took pride in bringing it from shambles and 6 earthquakes to the state it is in now. A very eclectic decor, it has no heat and uneven floors. Liam thought the house was cool.. Very old but cool. I ...
... you freakin' kidding me. It was 30 degrees celsius, I was boiling and I had to hike a steep staircase. Not to be defeated by architects, I set off, but not before grabbing two cold bottles of water, both of which I drank before reaching the top.
But … I made it. Once at the top, I wandered around, took pictures of the Virgin Mary “Redeemer”, the surrounding city and called it good. By now it was 4 and I was exhausted. I had been going nonstop since ...
... Falklands which could impact operations. Through the night the wind blew 35knots on the nose and apart from the very odd lurch the ship remained steady. As we go through quite heavy seas it is quite remarkable how effective the ship's stabilisers are. Our dinner partner, a seasoned sailor, said he liked to keep the verandah door open through the night to give a real feeling of being at sea. Following his lead, with a small amount of dissent from Val, we tried the same. It was a ...
... entrance fee. We were at the museum for no more than 30 minutes because that's how much of it was off limits. I felt bad dragging my friend so far for nothing. From here we made our way back to the center of the city so we can go to the Pablo Neruda Museum.
We made our way to the Pablo Neruda museum, also known as Las Chascone (his house). I have to say, this is a MUST SEE! What a beautiful experience. The house was absolutely gorgeous! And it was great to ...