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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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After 13 hours on a plane and landing in a time zone 12 hours or so from home I'm feeling a little tired
Before going through passport control, Australians have to pay a reciprocity fee to enter Chile so we had to hand over USD117 each in new notes., they don't want old notes and they don't accept credit cards. I thought it was cheaper but …
... it was time to start testing out the Spanish I had learned! For about seven weeks prior to South America, I had been studying Spanish vocabulary and Spanish grammar using the Spanish apps on my iPad, however, I was still incredibly basic in Spanish! Nevertheless, it was a start and actually helped me a lot in the first few days. I am glad I was not starting with completely no knowledge! I arrived at my hostel in Santiago very late at night due to my flight schedule, so my ...
Santiago is the first European feeling city we´ve been to on this trip. A beautiful Plaza De Armas, shopping centres, Hard Rock Cafe etc but it has a very small friendly feel to it. We stayed in Providencia which has old Art Deco buildings and feels very safe.
The Hostel we had booked, Chili Pepper on Claudio Arrau, ended up being our ...
... we had two old guys from Argentina at the table with us one no English at all the other enough that we could sort if have a conversation. They were characters one 78, in Chile for a week, had to show them the photos of grandchildren!! Vina del Mar is the resort end of the beach lots of high rise apartment blocks. A few new hotels and a casino. It's amazing how little green there is and when you do see some there is usually a worker standing watering ...
... of a visit to Santiago must surely the Cerro (hill) San Christóbal, which can be accessed by foot, by car or riding the furnicular. We drove up but the furnicular ride would have offered breathtaking views (smog permitting). On the summit is a 22m snowy white statue dedicated to the Virgen de ...