Hotel Eurotel Providencia
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... I had a 3:30 a.m. wakeup call. It was time to say goodbye to Santiago for the time being (I would be back next week for 2 days before heading on to Easter Island).
There are a number of observations I can make about Santiago, but I think I will save them for my blog on my return. (Plus I still need to take a video of the “walk” sign and the running man.) In the mean time, I am off to Punta Arenas for a day (in the Patagonia region of Chile) before I fly to Antarctica. Can't wait!!!!
... went and sat in a park looking like creeps getting high. It was so great to catch up with them again.
The whole time walking around Santiago, sitting in parks, eating, the city was throwing culture at you. With instillation about the place, graffiti, music, dance, and much more. To sum up i was shocked by how much i like the city, i think its a place i want to return to to experience it more including the night life. Even if i get a chance study there.
... In the end - $3 bought us two bananas, half a kilo of bing cherries and two necatrines. SUCCESS!! For dinner we decided to find a rooftop bar/restaurant since it was our last night in Santiago. Per internet research and recommendations from co-workers/friends we decided to head to a neighborhood we'd not visited and hit up the W Hotel. Stepping into this neighborhood was like a time warp back to the US. There was a Ruby Tuesdays (how is it in Santiago ...
... peak and then decided to walk back down. We followed everyone else who was walking and realised after a while that we were going in completely the wrong direction. It was getting hotter and hotter in the sun and after walking for about half an hour eventually I decided to flag down a car to ask for a lift. Luckily a very kind lady who spoke no English stopped and took us all the way into the city to the metro. Just as well we ...
... from the assistant manager at our hotel, Marilo, plus the proximity of the hospital and airport that we made it at all! Thankfully our hotel in Santiago was close to the airport, and very comfortable, and this helped give Stella the rest she needed to board another flight the following morning to ...