Regal Pacific Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Las Condes
... to see how dramatic the
earth moves around here.
It is Donna’s birthday today, so we all had some birthday
cake and the obligatory song at lunchtime as we are all free to do our own
We are staying at a great hotel, in a great location – right
by the main square. Me, Maddie, Donna and Grubby decided to go out for a decent
steak for dinner, so got as dressed up as we could (which isn’t very much,
... district and were told about the coffee shops below offices, where business men will go to drink some coffee, served to them by women in lingerie! A slightly different service to Starbucks! Towards the end, we stopped at a bar in the Lastarria neighborhood and had a traditional Chilean drink, a Pisco Sour. This is a cocktail made with Pisco (grape brandy), lime juice, an egg white and sugar, it went down very ...
... time I had ever arrived in another country without having someone there to meet me and tell me what to do and how to do it. Once I arrived in the airport, after collecting my bags I found a nice quiet place in arrivals lounge, near a plug, sat down and gathered myself. This is a piece of valuable adice that mum gave me before I left:
Don’t rush yourself. It’s easy when arriving in a new, unfamiliar place to ...
... same mountains prevent winds moving air out of the city making it heavily polluted and so a clear day is pretty rare. It also happened to be pretty cloudy while we were there which didn’t help however we did manage to see a white outline of the snow caps one afternoon which by itself looked pretty impressive!
Our hostel was in a pretty good location so we were able to walk easily into and around the city. There isn’t ...
... Guetta. We may speak different languages but our taste in music is very similar. The other thing that I kept getting asked was if I have Facebook. I guess I should expect a few new friend requests. Our day finished with a mass said by Fr Dan Harding and the other priests of the parish as well as ours. I find mass interesting being partly in spanish and partly in English and I especially ...