La Sebastiana Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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After visiting Kingston, we were dropped off by René back in Santiago for the night before catching the train this morning. It was a two hour train trip south to San Fernando, and from there we got a ride about 45 minutes west to the town of Santa Cruz with a driver named Victor who we arranged through the hotel. Victor was a nice, chatty young man who would take us on ...
... much panic (ha), we ran back to where we were dropped off and borrowed the phone of an employee so we could call Charles' dad's house. He lives about 25 minutes from the airport, but the odds that he would walk into his house and immediately check his answering machine were slim. Odds that he would have his cell phone on him seemed even slimmer but Charles tried that, too. The call didn't seem to go through, but a minute later his dad called him back on the borrowed ...
Today was our chance to explore the capital of Chile, Santiago. After an underwhelming breakfast at the hotel, we walked a few blocks to meet our guides for the free walking tour of Santiago. The guides here refer to themselves and dress as "Wally" or Waldo from Where's Waldo. Our group for this tour was much larger than the one we took in Buenos Aires, which I'm sure had something to do with the rain we had there. Highlights of the tour ...
... in Glasgow. A similar roof was built for Uruguay but there was a mix up in the shipping and they were sent to the wrong place. Santiago ended up with the one for the variable warmer temperatures and Uruguay got the other.
We crossed over the river to the La Chimba area, a much poorer neighbourhood that the rich people of Santiago wanted to be separated from (by using the river). Santiago is still very much a class orientated society where your ...
... are constantly dry, but that’s nothing
to what’s coming up. We are taking our high altitude pills while here, and tomorrow
we will find out if they work, as we head via Lima for Cusco in Peru, which is
our first high altitude destination in the Andes.
Soon to be gaspingly yours,
Richard and Christine