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- Continental Breakfast
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... just little dots below me.
I finally made it through the last part of the trail and pulled into the cabin as they were finishing off their apples from lunch. Oh well. Ten minutes behind, but I made it.
I grabbed a couple bottles of water. Downed them and hopped in the car. We were going to give Josefina a ride back to Santiago, but first we were headed to Baños Colina hot springs, at the bottom San José volcano (which of course ...
... meant transport for about 40 mins each way, was the rest. Sunday night a lot of resteraunts are closed, in Provedencia, so we walked, about 10 mins, to the more touristy Bella Vista area and chose the busiest Chilean resteraunt in the street, tony had Steak again - another amazing mouth watering, tender morsel. Sue tried the fried Conga Eel - both good but made us appreciate our local Olan Resteraunt even ...
Well here we go.......it has been a long and very excellent day..I think it is about miday tomorrow at home and I still have 6 more hours of today to go. Someone figure it out!!!.... But importantly we will catch up the time in a few weeks.
It was a very early start, a 4.40 am pickup (yes, am, though for a few brief hours yesterday I had thought it was going to be a couple of hours later as I heard that my flight to Santiago was going to be 2 hours late and I got myself ...
... the presidential palace and moments before committing suicide, Allende (President Elect) broadcasted his final speech to the people. The head of the army (Augusto Pinochet) was appointed as president in 1973 (inflationary correlation) and the country did not have a free and fair democratic election until the late 1980's. The military rule was a difficult, yet economically prosperous one. Chile did away with the socialist institution (much to ...
... nice travelers on the walk around the city.
The tour finished around 1pm, so we went back to the hotel, picked up our bags and then headed to La Colombina for a lovely lunch before leaving Valparaiso. I had a nice steak and Melissa had a good piece of fish, which is of course a much better option for this coastal town. If only I liked fish…
We headed over to the ...