Regal Pacific Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tones, as Mark called them), and so long since we'd been around grown ups with real life incomes. In one way it left me feeling jealous - god imagine how much easier life would be with a bit of disposable income! But that feeling quickly left me after speaking with these guys for a while. They were completely envious of our way of life and our decision to travel long term while we were still young. I waked away from a whole day of free drinks and a night of dinner and ...
... were not nearly as good as any wine from Chile, the kids had already seen the workings of the operation and were not terribly interested in a repeat. Not to mention, in 1993-4, Jonathan and I had spent months working on a vineyard in New Zealand, learning lots about the agricultural side of the industry, but with my palate remaining as unsophisticated as they come. Further, as bottles of this stuff on the grocery store shelves have been costing me no more than $3 US, I was having ...
... Palacio de la Moneda, Chile's presidential offices, in September 1973 as General Pinochet and the military overturned the government. A highlight of the tour took us to Barrios Lastarria and Bellavista, the centres of Santiago's cafe and bar scene where we later enjoyed a 'chorrillana' (chips topped with grilled onions and meat) with a carafe of wine at the lively Galindo. We took the funicular train to the top of Cerro ...
... to get change from his pocket, which caused the car to veer violently to the right, nearly knocking a cyclist over. I spent the last few pesos on water and two lollipops. If I hadn't bought a return metro ticket I'd have had enough for one last beer. Oh well, there's always the plane. I was sad to leave Chile. After three weeks I'd almost got used to the country and its people. I'd spent four weeks in South America and now it was time to head west to ...
... the rubbish was also not being collected!!). After our sleep we headed out to check out the Cerro Concepcion and the Cerro Allegre. They were both pretty places with narrow streets and colourful houses along with some tasteful graffiti. After meandering around for a while, we joined up with a walking tour of the City. This started at the main square, Plaza Sotomayar. From here we checked out the Port area (military ships in) as well as all the local boats that would take ...