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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... hot as it is unusual to see people dressed in anything other than trousers on their bottom halves here and we wanted to try to blend in a bit. After a short walk, we got to a very pleasant, mostly pedestrianised area called Barrio Lastarria and wandered amongst restaurants, museums and cinemas as far as Santa Lucia Hill, the remnants of a prehistoric volcano taken by conquistadors in the 1500s. We walked up and around the hill, which is covered in small ...
Despite arriving at 5.30am at my hostel on 29 December instead of the planned mid day arrival on 28th December, things go well for my one day in Santiago. The flight delays with LAN airlines have been forgotten as the trip went well and we had more leg room due to less passengers on a rescheduled flight. After a yummy breakfast supplied by the hostel, I take the easily navigated metro train into Barquendano to get a taste of central Santiago. The metro is very crowded and its a ...
Picked up from our hotel at 12:30 for our transfer to the airport. We had planned to book our accommodation for the night before we arrived but had a lot of issues with wifi. We caught a shared cab for a lot less than our previous transfer from Santiago airport. We picked out a hotel from ...
... which proved to be very quiet around our hotel. We found a cafe where we could sit outside and watch the crowds while we had a bite to eat and then we hopped on the metro into the city centre, $2 cost for any destination. By this stage, having been awake nearly 24 hours, we were starting to feel very weary so walked to the next metro stop before heading back to our hotel.
Just heading to bed and found our loo was blocked ...
... words thy aid never heard before. So he spoke into his phone and used a Spanish to English translator app on his phone to talk to us. It literally spoke to us in English...pretty cool! We found our tour group with a couple from England. A little walking tour around the vineyard and some history before getting into the wine tasting. Only red wines! Jess was thrilled! She only drinks white. It was lovely wine, I definitely have a greater appreciation for ...