Acacias de Vitacura
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... made me miss my dogs even more. Since we left just after six, the first part of the drive was in darkness. As it got lighter, the fog had rolled in. I slept for a good portion of the drive. We stopped in San Javier for lunch before heading to Balduzzi winery which was in the town. The Balduzzi winery is a family owned winery that is now commercial. They export about 90% of their wine with most of it going to Asia. The winery makes about ...
... with old fortifications, terraces, fountains, statuary and gardens. We twice visited Mercado Central, the Central Markets selling fresh seafood (with around 5,000km of coastline the seafood is fresh and abundant) in a grand Chilean designed and Scottish built wrought iron 18th Century pavilion, where we ate with the locals in a frenetic outer restaurant. We wandered the central Plaza de Armas in the ...
... shop as if we were important. In a room full of wine glasses and spittoons (none of us worked out how to use them) he told us how he, as a Frenchman, was the second western investor in Chile and how he built his business and details about Chilean viticulture. We then went into the restaurant for lunch in a private room. What a room! What a view over the mountains! What great food! What a kind, generous ...
... and a briefing for tomorrow's. This takes place at 18:30 and lasts about 45 minutes. The expedition team are truly knowledgable on their particular area of expertise and professionally present well prepared lectures. The one topic we have heard a number of presentations on is global warming. As there are unbelievably large volumes of water in the Antarctic glaciers the risks of rising sea levels are truly worrying. Last evening, during dinner we entered the Lamiere channel, ...
... day as the gentleman behind the desk was fast asleep with his travel neck pillow and looked sheepish when we knocked on the glass after our subtle attempts to rouse him didn't work. A luxury (compared to some of the taxis we have taken) taxi dropped us off at the apartment hotel that we booked in Lastarria near the University of Chile around 8pm. We had a moment of worry when we rang the reception bell and no one answered, as our room is a loft/1.5 in an apartment complex and not ...