Plaza El Bosque Ebro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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The City of Santiago was peaceful, wonderful. With everything closed we walked along the tree lined streets of Providencia to one of the local parks where we enjoyed watching the families enjoy their children with gifts that Santa had brought. In some cases it would appear that the presents were for the parents rather than their children, such as the remote control Mini child car with the ...
... minute purchases and Rick and Wendy had their favourite Chilean dishes as a late lunch/early dinner. From here we headed to the airport, only opened in April. There was no queue for check-in. Just as well, the staff was certainly not well trained for international connections and it took us nearlyan hour to get our group through. We did have time however for a drink and a snack before boarding the ...
... pickups during the night I think but i slept pretty well, waking up just after 7am. We stopped off for 10 mins at La Serena at 10am and then ploughed on arriving into Santiago terminal at 16:15.
A relatively painless journey on the metro (after buying a top up card) later and I was in plaza Italia, a short walk to my hostel. After checkin I shot a message out to JP and agreed to meet up the following evening after I'd climbed San Cristóbal Hill.
Setting off mid morning ...
... to a historic square quite nearby, and the whole time out guide carlos was speaking, we were being yelled at by a bum. No one could understand him, not even the tour guide.We returned to the fish market where Carlos told us about some of the traditional dishes that are made using the seafood. Santiago is only 2 hours from the beach so apparently the quality is pretty good. In the food market we got approached by a guy speaking all sorts of languages. Apparently ...
... couldn’t. This was very disappointing but an alternative had been selected, Casa Lastarria which was actually rather good. Their Sommelier here has created a Chilean Wine matched menu "to delight the senses":
Ceviche Mixto – Scallops, Octopus and Shrimp
Viña Matetic Corralillo Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Pulpo Asado – Sautéed Octopus
Viña Tabalí Talinay Pinot Noir 2010