Holiday Inn Express El Golf, Santiago
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Et les aventures commencent...arrivé au comptoir AVIS pour récupérer notre super Big pickup, en les avisant qu'on traverse en Argentine, on nous regarde avec un air catastrophé en nous disant que ça prends 10jrs pour remplir les papiers nécessaires qui nous permettrait de traverser la frontière avec le pickup!!! …
... the mountain (on the fenicular this time) and back across town to begin the search for food and wine. And boy did we nail it. Started with a couple of perfectly chilled Chilean reislings, a plate of thinly sliced smoked salmon, and some goat cheese crustini at a restaurant/wine bar called Baco. Wow, we were doing okay.
Then it was off to a famous local joint called Liguria to sit at the bar, try ...
... was in the art of shipbuilding, using timber. The Jesuit church is totally different inside to anything we have seen before, all timber and very well finished. Tonight we have been invited to join a couple from 1 hour north of Barrie, Canada for dinner. I will ask do they know Auntie Audrey in Barrie. It's his wife's birthday, we have already been invited to 2 male birthdays a 65th and a 70th, but as this is a female birthday we probably won't be allowed count the number ...
... We followed the signs to start with but then they started to get less easy to follow and it came to the point when we were just going anyway we could down the hill to try and find the exit. After a few fence jumps and going through areas where we probably shouldn't have gone through, we found the exit. Next part of our culture tour experience... the shopping centre to cool off. When we had gone to the tourist information centre, the guy told us ...
... took a short walk on pedestrian walkways to arrive at the pre-columbian art museum. The museum has artifacts from all over Latin and South America - not just Chile. They also do something very neat which is in each room they have a chart of the years and the indigenous peoples that lived during the time and the arts that are in the room.
After the museum we travelled up the ...