Hotel Neruda Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... history of chile, and getting a better understanding of their culture. Santiago is in some ways actually a pretty town / city - well, at least in the main area. There are quite a few imposing buildings, and once again you can see the European influence. After the walking tour we had dinner at a lovely local restaurant recommended by the tour guide - and we had "pastel de choclo" - some sort of sweet corn and chicken casserole/pie - very, very nice. ...
... squeedgy brigade.
By the following day, 2nd August, I felt probably a day away from resetting my body clock. I decided not to try to do too much though. I went to the Museo de la Memoria y Los Derechos Humanos. Quite likely the longest named museum I know of, although deserving and fitting for its content. There was a very good photography display outside, telling the story of Columbia's troubled times with drug cartels etc. I ...
Our flights went off with out a hitch and we landed at 8:30 am. The view from the plane was spectacular... The sun rises late in Santiago. the mountains are so high, the sun does not hit the city till 9 am..I was surprised that they were not snow covered..but the temperature is just hitting freezing and when I asked why there was no snow in the mountain peaks, Romy( my father in law) stated that Santiago has been in a drought. Found our rental car ...
... s a charm." With Maggie and Emily pushing, Dan and George driving and me coordinating communication, we successfully pulled the van from the river. Only with minor damages and cold limbs, our night went from drastic to fantastic. George invited us over for hot coffee and treats. His wife and two children were beautiful, along with his home. After we changed and laid our close out to dry, the fire and coffee warmed our bodies. George's children read books ...
... I could make the entire trek. I was exhausted and drenched in sweat. Nevertheless, I pushed on.
As we continued to walk, I was actually thankful it was cloudy. Had the sun been out, I think I would have been in trouble.
The path we trekked was not easy either. No smooth path. This was all stones and rocks left by glaciers and landslides. However, the landscape was beautiful and there were birds and flowers everywhere as well as ...