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... s Christ the Redeemer; reached by a lovely (old?) funicular. On the way there we also walked through a local market - with lovely fresh fruit and vegetables and meat and almost any other edible thing you can think off. We stopped for a coffee in the market, and the butcher across the aisle saw us staring wide-eyed at everything and headed over to us with some sort of delicacy. Although I loved the gesture, the actual "delicacy" was horrible! But we both tried ...
... A couple of old characters walked around playing their guitars and singing. After lunch, I went off towards the Museo De Arte Pre-Colombino. I stumbled across Plaza de Armas on the way. I ended up staying quite a while, as there was some sort of festival or carnival going on, not like anything I've ever seen before. A brass band played the longest song ever, men and women in flamboyant costumes danced, sometimes sang, their way between lines ...
... hill is a park that was once the strategic defence point for the founder of Santiago. It is 226 m with dense foliage, gothic iron balustrades , store walkways, statues, fountains, and Outlook points" I was slightly out of breath but the top had some great views. I was disappointed though. The level of smog in this city is incredible. So much so...one can not even see the famous Andes mountains! I took some pics so you ...
... and Emily seemed more apprehensive. We've been going through ****** roads all day and were so damn close to Patagonia perfection. Of course we ventured into the rivers depths. In 2 feet deep water our camper-van aggressively chugged along the rocky bottom. Ecstatic yelps belched out as the other side came near. Except there was one problem, instead of a stiff river bank made of rocks and packed dirt, we ran straight into a beach-y bank comprised of solely ...
... this city had to offer.
The heart of the city is the Plaza de Armas, the main city square lined by the Catedral Metropollitana, and the magnificent neoclassical Correo (Post Office) Central which was the former home of Pedro de Valvidia, a Spanish conquistador whose statue is within the ...
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