Regal Pacific Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We made the most of our final morning in Santiago by catching the metro to Santa Lucia and walking to the top where there is a small castle. A pity that it was quite an overcast day so not very clear views of the city but it made an enjoyable walk.
We then walked across town to take a look at the Central market where there were a number of fish stalls before heading back to our hotel ...
are a few gay guys here, so yeah, that didn’t go over too well. LOL. Glad it
I’ve eaten lunch with a new group everyday. We all start leaving each other on Saturday
as we get sent to our separate host families in different regions of Chile. Some are travelling by bus and some are
travelling by plane to get to their towns but I really hope I see some of these
... her brain and imagination “barren desert”.
We look forward to the change of scenery and are excited to get back into nature with something more to photograph as well. Tomorrow is a long bus day, but should be nice moving its way up the coast where we might even see the ocean which we have come to miss very much.
The next entry will be full of sand and desert winds, until then.
... you don't want to leave dirty oil sitting in the engine where it can promote corrosion. I had the engine oil changed last year at Aerocardal FBO at Santiago's main airport SCEL. They did a good job then and I trusted them with it again. I carry an extra oil filter with me so they only needed to do the work and provide the oil which wasn't the same type I normally use and carry but OK. It's another common misconception among ...
... places along the paths. Made it to our main destination, San Cristobal Hill, where we took the funicular railway up the hill (see below). Had a nice view of the city from the top although it was pretty hazy so we didn’t see much of the Andes Mountains. We walked through both the Bellavista and Bella Artes areas with a break at McDonalds for a sundae (lunch). Found a super market so we ...