Hotel La Serena Plaza
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... that began in Chile in 1973. After seeing the museum, we headed to the Palacio de la Moneda, or government palace, that was nearby. It was hard to see at night but still pretty nonetheless. After that, we headed to Barrio Lastarria, a cute neighborhood in Santiago with many nice restaurants. We got dinner at a really cute place, and I had a delicious homemade ravioli dish. Afterwards we headed back to the hostel and got up early to catch the bus to ...
Was pd cold in the morning – a clear night and zero
insulation in the marine ply walls and roof – very disinclined to strip off for
Bus supposed to go at 8.55am and considered waiting to see
it go by my balcony as only a block from the bus station but you never know if
they will take a short cut, so trolled down there and then it was, of course, an
hour late. Then some d/head in my seat so crammed in ...
... our wincing, coughing and teary eyes as we attempted to stomach this questionable refreshment. Ordering two bottles of crisp lemonade to accompany our Pisco, we were able to enjoy our drinks with less spluttering. This concoction reminder us both of teenager years drink Smirnoff Ice, although we got a few disapproving looks from nearby tables. Shaking the pisco from our heads, we boarded a bus north to Bahia Ingles, to what is possibly the most beautiful beach I've ever been ...
... looking at the front of all the buses, none said La Serena on the front, hmmm so what now? We'd already booked and paid for our ticket so we just waited it out with Yvo who assured us this was normal for South America, your bus doesn't always leave on time so if its not there just wait it out. Anyhow Dan spotted our bus refuelling and getting a wash in the garage so we felt a bit better knowing it hadn't left without us. We learned another difference to Asia once ...
... technology and telescopes, but the Chilians, due to their
clear sky are the ones who get to use them! Wonder does Angela Merkel
know she is not just funding Europe but the wealthy Chilians also! At
Mamalluca observatory in the heart of the Elqui valley, its feasible to
see with their telescopes, galaxies, nebulae and constellations. In
fact the worlds largest telescope has started work in the North ...