Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... distance. As we got closer we realised this was being caused by forest fires on the hillside. A small plane was flying backwards and forwards. As we got nearer to town, they got worse. Having found the route to the National Park, we decided not to go. Somehow visiting a forest and staying in a log cabin didn't seem to be the best idea!
Instead we headed south to the Lake District. The ...
Heading towards Santiago, the capital of Chile, but have to
get some decent miles under our belts to get there – Chile is a very long, thin
country. Stopped off on the way at Saltos De Laja, a fairly famous set of
waterfalls. It was beautiful, gorgeous sunshine again, and as well as being
simply stunning you can swim in the pools right up to them. Maddie and Steve
were first ...
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... down the toilet than putting in your mouth. We all got our seafood kick and left feeling full but still regretting not ordering the enormous local King Crabs (one of these monsters feeds four!).
After lunch we took the Finicular (old school tourist cable car) up to Cerro San Cristobal, a nice (and steep) little hill in the centre of the city. Up the top there are great views of the massive urban sprawl that is Santiago. A little walk further up the hill ...