Diego de Velazquez Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... opened the door for us at the gas station and then as we left asked for coins. A man tried to sell us some geo rocks at Cafe del Pintor and when we said no he asked for our bottle of water which I gave to him and off he went. Sweet.
As we left the restaurant at 11:30pm the streets were mostly empty up top and the ascensor was closed. We had to find the stairs and they were quiet and empty as a mouse. Which was disconcerting. Several of the flat ...
... a hot dog roll with meat, salsa verde, mayo, avocado and sauce. With a beer, it made a good meal. Where we ate was next to Cafe Haiti, a Santiago institution where businessmen drink coffee served by attractive waitresses in skin tight dresses. Hai Carumba! Apparently, this one is tame - others are more daring. Ladies, we did not have relations with these cafes. We finished the day with a visit to the Museum of Pre-Columbian Arts, a quite small but high standard exhibit ...
... let me know that we were leaving together or not at all. While I am, in fact, a big girl and can deal on my own, this was incredibly comforting. He assured me that we'd figure something out and that it would be ok. The driver shrugged his shoulders as if to say, "meh, not my problem." Clearly, we should have been mind-readers and realized that the bus that bore absolutely no resemblance to my bus was actually it. Lucas lost it further and provided a quick translation. To his credit, ...
... can clearly see that it was at one time a significant business hub and has been planned and built on the grid system. The opening of the Panama Canal in 1914 had a significant impact on Punta Arenas. Prior to that, shipping to the west coast of North and South America, from the Atlantic, had to pass Cape Horn and the city gained from the shipping trade. Since the opening of the Canal shipping very much favours the new route and avoids the hazards of the Drake. We left harbour at ...
... waited in the shade for others to gather. Chris was an American living in the city who was clearly out to ensure he gave us the best of his knowledge of the place. A really excellent introduction to the sights and wall art of Valparaiso. The Chilean Navy based here and huge Naval building dominating the square. Then we saw the street which in former times was 'the' place to live. Faded glory now but we saw and smiled at the granddaughter of one of the original ...