Hotel Cap Ducal
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Hotel, dropped off our bags, and headed out into the city. It was too early to properly check in, but at least we could shed the excess weight and head off unencumbered.
We took the metro from Universidad de Santiago over to Baquedano and then had a look for some breakfast. I would have thought that on a Saturday morning it would have been a lot easier to find something to eat. There were no breakfast ...
... the other attraction on San cristobal, a statue of the Virgin Mary. Obviously not even making a mark on Brazil's Christ the redeemer, it was nevertheless a great monument. I took several photos on my way up of beautiful flowers, including some offerings left at a tomb (?), the little things I think they put people's ashes in. On my way down I grabbed a mote de huesillo - the national drink of chile. They say this is the drink that if you are thirsty, you drink ...
... December (or so I hope). The problem is just how far many of these classes are from each other. But, I came up with a new, and expensive, solution for that as well. I am going to look into buying another scooter! With a scooter I go from 3 metros and a bus, about an hour and twenty mins to about 28 mins. Which would give me a lot more time for more classes in my schedule. Which would therefore mean that I could have a more condensed schedule and therefore more free ...
... buried inside. Our tour ended with a drink terremeto, another treat from our guide and loads of information on what to do in Santiago. Seen as we had spent most of our day walking around and saw all the beautiful produce at the markets we decided to go back to a restaurant recommended to us by our guide for some local food. We were not disappointed and the price was cheap. After eating we stocked up on some fresh fruit and vegetables for the next few days. The variety ...
... whipped cream, and chocolate syrup, not coffee with ice.
In a conversation with Jorge, who is an eonomist living in Santiago for most of his life and therefore knows his economic history, we learned that most of the Santiago that you see today was developed in the last 25 years. As such, to Natalie and I, Santiago feels a little strange in that it is very modern but doesn't have a lot of character compared to other cities that we've been in on this trip. The few places ...