Novotel Santiago Vitacura
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Everything you need and a bit more. Nice stay.
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... both pretty tired from all the walking, and I think all the pisco sours from yesterday had a tiring affect as well. We decided to just get a taxi and headed over to a restaurant that was recommended to us for traditional Chilean food on the tour yesterday. It was called Galindo, and it was excellent! We shared a couple of dishes. The first was Pastel de Choclo, which is a corn pie, filled with minced beef, chicken, and some small vegetables. The second had ...
... a wealth of statistics. On the way back down the hill, he shared a lot of background with us:
- 17.8 million people live in Chile
- 6.8 million in Santiago
- 52 independent counties in Santiago
- 59% Roman Catholic
In 1960, the strongest earthquake in history struck Chile and caused destruction to almost all of the country's Spanish buildings. As a result, most of ...
It was easy to manage in Santiago even without the knowledge of Spanish language. The metro (or Subway) was similar to the european ones. We travelled on Tube from Hotel Atton El Bosque. It took about 6 stations on subway trains and cost about 60p for a single journey. It was all crowded due to the school holiday period. There were roadside shops on either way of the road, and the night clubs ...