La Fayette Suites Providencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... makes distance shots not at all clear.
I then hopped of at the Barrio Bellavista (well named) stop which offers access to the huge 722 hectare park, the zoo and ride on the funicular to make friends with the14m statue of the Virgin Mary at the top of San Cristobel Hill. I gave the zoo a miss but staggered up the many steps from the top of the funicular to take in the view (see pic of city, unfortunately with smog). Finding a restaurant on the way down I ...
... up and out of the tree line we were met with a 360 degree panoramic view of soaring mountains and the lake we had passed that morning in the distance. The sky was bright blue setting off the snowy peaks. It was a triumphant end to day three of our journey. By the time it came to walk down from the lockout and then onward to our campsite we both found that the exhaustion of the past three days had started to catch up with us. It took us as long to descend as it had taken to do the ...
... 8217;s favorite kinds of food, which is a major bonus, because I always love pizza! We stayed at the hotel the rest of the night. We went downstairs for one more pisco sour to cheers to our visit. This ended up being one of the best pisco sours we had on the whole trip, so it was a great way to end it.
We just chilled in the room for the rest of the night, and then at midnight ...
... ain’t even the half of it. I realized that something was going on with dogs in general - be they stray or domesticated! They got this parallel, “bizarro world” thing going on…the dogs communicate and show one face for us humans and another for each other…I dare say it is a bit DuBoisian double-consciousness like! In Puente Alto neighborhood, they squeeze in and out of the gates and fences to go hang out with other dogs ...
... Two games ago, Chile won and the city went wild. Everyone came out to Plaza Italia to drink and be merry. Which lasted until the teargas army made an appearance. Walking through the area after the event was interesting. Part of the celebration it seems involved destroying things. Broken glass and bottles on the road, up turned bike parking stations, etc. I find it interesting that such national pride can manifest in destroying parts of the thing you were proud of. Chicago is ...