Leonardo Da Vinci Hotel
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... SA seem to be centred around a main plaza. Apparently, when the Spaniards established cities they always used a central square point as the axis of their square plans.
The buildings are magnificent, with some of the city's most important historical buildings eg the Metropolitan Cathedral (the cracked ceilings of which will probably collapse with the next earthquake), the City Hall, the Central Post Office, the former National ...
... enjoyed our stays here. We started off round 2 with some incredibly healthy (notttt) sandwiches at Fuente Alemana, the meat was so juicy and the avocado was a perfect complemented. It was Champo league night, Barce v Man City so Ash went off to the pub while Lucy went shopping - talk about stereotypes!! More beer pong later that night resulted in a search for the infamous Terramotos. A cocktail consisting of 2/3 cheap white wine, Fernat (Argentinian spirit ...
... a cruise in and around the waterfalls themselves. In hindsight, we would have preferred to just go into the waterfalls themselves as this was the highlight (we were soaked through by the end) and the rest was quite lame despite being expensive, but hey, we live and learn.
That night we decided to go to an Argentinian steak restaurant and feast on meat and red wine - mmmm rico! Prices in Argentina are actually quite cheap if you exchange USD at the black market ...
... travels. Best of all Glen hadn’t yet tried the slide. His resultant injuries were consistent with mine.
We all had lunch together and embarked on a bit of a pub crawl before we ended up down at the docks. Time was short as Glen had to return to Santiago to catch a flight back to Australia that evening. We said our farewells and as ...
... only a short while before. Had they come to share their Chilean wisdom with us? Would we learn from each other despite our cultural differences, like Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in 'Rush Hour'? No, in fact they had come to warn us, through the powerful use of mime and broken English, that if we continued any further the locals would slit our throats and steal our camera. Bless. R: When I was feeling better we went out for dinner with some people we'd met at our ...