Holiday Inn Express Iquique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to Santiago and fly to the capital. Santiago is roughly in the middle of Chile and contrasts sharply with the sleepy beach town of Iquique and a desert full of tourists. Santiago was also one of our 'treat' hotels which meant roof top pool and 1-bedroom apartment in one of the city's perhaps more developed districts. After three days 'r&r', which included finding my new favourite restaurant (Crepe & Waffle), we headed for the port town ...
... than we had anticipated, a lot of the restaurants had lunch specials that were served until 4 p.m., at a cost of about $6.00 each, and were unbelievable. There was so much food that we had no room for dinner and just shared a little something when we strolled the streets again that evening. After a full day and evening of walking and exploring, we went back to our funky hotel for a good night’s sleep to be prepared for more of the same the next day. ...
Withe the two hour time change we slept in until 0830 and missed our walk and stretch class. It is sunny but quite windy and chilly with the wind. We had a leisurely breakfast with the four of us as Marion was released from quarantine last evening and is feeling well. Last night I ran into Pat Wadsworth and her husband Bob and their son. Pat has alzheimers but is actually doing very well considering. We docked as scheduled at 1 but we ...
... more success regarding my great grandpa, Edward Fisher Hudson, coming up trumps on some foreign office announcements of his appointment as consul to Iquique in the English press (see pics). I also came across a Spanish letter, bizarrely from the American consul there at the time, requesting for him to be extracted from Iquique due to the unrest, and that he would pass on his responsibilities on to the British consul, my great grandpa. I found all this ...
Leaving Antofagasta (the second time we pass through) we head north to Iquique, a deviation from the planned route as we take Highway 1 north instead of Highway 5 which is the way we came south. While filling up gas early in the morning the station attendant said that the coastal road had recently ...