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... cl). It also has a very small but cool archeological museum on the top floor, which is worth taking a look at. Walking through town, on my way to the Museo Historical, I found myself really looking at Santiago for the first time. I find the city to have a rugged and yet majestic feel, almost a communist vibe in some ways. There is also a hint of European colonialism in the architecture but what struck me as the most wonderful thing about the city is its orientation. Santiago ...
Today is my last day in South America. I had a great swim in the pool at our hotel and we will be going with our guide for a tour of Santiago before we board our plane tonight for our long flight back to Houston, Texas and then from Houston to ...
... are the important buildings. The nicest one was the Navy Building.
Chilean dinner at a restaurant tonight and we are so looking forward to this. The Chilean wines last night were beautiful.
Just arrived back from dinner and the wines were matched with the food,mmmmmm so good and tasted amazing.
We are off to Argentina, Buenos Aires tomorrow and will arrive at approx. early evening. ...
... tour, after the most amazing hostel breakfast ever! We met in front of the Belles Artes Museum and did the Offbeat Santiago tour. It included all the various markets and going over to La Chimba or 'the other side' of the city. We also went to the cemetary where almost all of Chile's presidents are buried, including Pinochet.
We sat in the shade of the Cemetery while our guides explained ...
... the 'Mote con huesillo', a very tasty sweet drink of wheat husk and dried peaches.