Plaza El Bosque Ebro
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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So back in Santiago for a couple more nights, although with a late arrival and an early(ish) flight to catch, we really only had 1 day to do play with. We checked into the same hotel as before as we really liked the room and the area. Nicola had requested the same room as before (top floor, facing north), so naturally they put us in one on the 3rd …
We continued the Santiago sleep in and eventually emerged from the apartment sometime shortly afternoon. Obligatory city bus tour was on the agenda, we always find them a good way to get your bearings in a new location. The bus took us through the El Golf/Las Condes area to the north east of the city. We liked the look and vibe around there so …
... bedded in to the best super king bed and bedding EVER OMG it was the best sleep I think Dan won hands down with a 15hr sleep stint!!! Lol As we only had three night in a hotel in Santiago booked. We thought it best to go spend some time with one of the local tour operator companies Cocha where our savior and new friend Ximena swiftly booked us in to Easter Island at almost a third of the price of the uk and online operators! And we had ...
... city. We were on another wine mission and went straight to Concha Y Toro by metro and bus. We were treated to another dose of helpful Chileans. The directions on the website explained getting by metro to a bus stop and catching a bus to the winery. So we found lots of bus stops on leaving the metro but none had our bus number on them and we couldn't see our bus number mentioned anywhere either. So whilst waiting at one of the stops to check my ever useful Google maps, ...
... by earthquakes. The city has an average of three hundred earthquakes a year and have five of the top ten strongest ever recorded earhtquakes. The guide explained that they had to change the Richter scale so that it included the 9.5 one they had. We stopped in a square that had a plaque on the ground showing 0 km. This is the point to which all distances in Chile are measured. We also went outside the presidential place and learned some of the history of the ...