Mercure Santiago Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... excellent, 3 minute walk to the metro, just off the main street so not so noisy, and 5 minute walk to a grocery store. Can't complain yet.
This is the layout. The apartment is located on the 12th floor and the balcony faces north.
We have nice view although mostly we see buildings and streets. The mountains are visible to ...
... into the restaurant as though it was home we settled in with great food, awesome wine, great new friends and some great stories were shared. Having little Jude craving attention from me made my heart so warm. Missing the furries from home she really managed to make me feel a little better. After a really great lunch (I recommend to anyone going to Chile, Santiago and Valparisso, to try this restaurant it is very very good) we headed to Valparisso. We picked up ...
... way to Cerro San Cristobal. Once arrived, we literally hiked all the way up the hill (6km in total) to the Virgin Mary on top. We said a prayer and indulged in the amazing views. Was such a great experience and great training for the inca trail. I struggled with the up hill trekking, but pushed through successfully :) Next we had lunch in Bella vista. Steak, fried egg and chips with onion, as well as a platter of different ...
... property rights and limited civil liberties. Dissenters often disappeared with no trace. Indeed, it is a recent and sad history for such a beautiful country with wonderful people. This history explains much about the country- good things like a law-abiding populous, little crime, and clean public areas and transportation - and bad things like little respect for property rights. While the streets are clean, there is graffiti everywhere, and given our limited ...
... me to wait and someone would be coming to collect my passport.
There were a handful of other people waiting, but not another English speaking tourist in sight. At 9:20, a female guard came out and collected our passports, walked back inside and a few minutes later came out with our passes. We were divided into two groups: Spanish speaking and me. Turns out I was the only English speaking tourist and so they had gone to the trouble of providing me with an English ...