Holiday Inn Express El Golf, Santiago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... up Cerro San Cristobal, using the funiculars (basically a train / pully car system). As it was a cold and cloudy day, the views weren't great. We snapped a couple of quick pictures took in the view and headed back to the hostel (as it was pretty cold).
Still a little tired and jet lagged, we were keen to have another early dinner and try and ...
... and consisted of the battle to board and disembark. After the 3rd train, we should have rightfully been up. But we found ourselves shoved aside and further back in the line. Danielle was getting totally crushed and decided we should try a place further down the train. But that was packed too. We must have seen about 5 or 6 trains pass by and everyone else board but us. And at least 25 minutes must have already passed while our foreign ...
... all here together. But we are all here to do the same
thing. The diversity of this group is
incredible. We have Australians, Brits, Americans, Bulgarians, Indians, recent
college grads, world travelers, wanderers, career changers, black, white, young
and not so young just to name a few.
These are people that I would’ve never met aside from a program like
this. That’s one of the coolest things
... Having boarded at 1 PM, the trip turned out to be a long uneventful drag. In fact it was so plain and boring that it wasn't even interrupted by a single ding of the fasten seat belts sign coming on. I guess there is no turbulence when you mess with physics... We finally touched down in Santiago just after 11 AM, nearly two hours before taking off from Sydney. I should have tried calling myself in Australia just to have a little fun, but it didn't occur to ...
... castle at the top. Franco stopped the tour for a break at one of the cafes near the hill so Tina and I headed on up. Kudos to the Paddy mayor for his foresight. It was a lovely place to visit and the views from the top.... ... would have been uh-mazing. Except for the smokey haze. Or was it smog? The previous day Tina and I had spotted a few fires from the plane as it began its descent (please put your chair in the upright position and return your stow-away table). ...