Hotel Valle Nevado
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... from 1973-1990, and whilst it's on a smaller scale to some other devastations around the world it was still really sad to hear what happened to thousands of people and see what the country endured for that time. Fortunately it feels very different now. I also visited San Cristobal hill which you visit by riding the cable car, and which has incredible views of the city with the Andes in the background. I was feeling shattered but the sun came out so that was a bonus and meant ...
A few days spent in Santiago getting over jet lag and the time difference. We bunked down at a friend's place in the area of Providencia. Santiago was rather chilly especially at night. The days were blue skies and as a city Santiago is rather impressive with the soaring snow capped Andes as a back drop. We spent the days walking through the arty yet trendy area of Bella Artes. The streets were ...
... and makes a smooth, nice red(technical terms). The French oak barrels cost about US$1000 each and as much to transport and they are only used four times. Had a BBQ lunch next at a restaurant, yes more meat, but we shared a two person meal between four and ordered a mixed vegetable salad and got some hot vegs. Next we went to Concha Y Toro, the biggest winery in South America. Again big ...
... informative and we were glad that we had visited and learnt a lot more about what happened. It was nice to see the different memorials and the rose garden that has been planted there to take the place of the torture cells.
We re-visted Plaza de Armas, this time without checking out every available toilet, which was much more relaxed. We had time to look at all the stalls, selling everything from artwork to having your picture taken sitting on ...
We hopped back on the bus and finished the tour of the city. After a nice glass of wine at our hotel bar we pulled together our last bit of energy and headed out to dinner. We were lucky to find a great spot close to our hotel, Baco Vino y Bistro. It's been a long two days but we managed to keep going enough to see a lot of the ...