Plaza El Bosque Ebro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... drinking beers, tequila and dancing salsa on a roof top bar and a red wine party back at the hostel! - A great start to my South American adventure - that was until the hangover the next morning set in! Next morning it was time to move on and attempt my first South American bus ride. Having previously been warned about bags being stolen and wallets pinched and so we were on high alert. Kerry and I were heading to a place called Valparaiso about an hour ...
... going out to a TERRIBLE Australian bar, which we quickly left and then went to an Irish bar. I didn't feel that great, possibly because of all the donuts I ate earlier in the day, so I went home, threw up and went to sleep. Great day. Fast forward a week or so, and I got a new job! Teaching online for a Brazilian company, so I would be working from home! Great! I would start training the following weekend. In the meantime, things were not going well at home. My ...
... walked up the park I ran into the Fine Arts Museum (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes). It literally sits right in front of the park as it ends. I was sad when I walked into the museum and they told me it was closed because it's Monday. (Monday is Latin America's Sunday haha). They then tell me that all the museums are closed on Monday. Good thing they told me that before I went off to another place. So I looked at the map and noticed I was close to Santa Lucia Hill, so ...
... which is the opposite to the really modern business area las Condes. what i liked most about Santiago was that you can see the Andeas in the background of the city.
During the tour I met Richard and Paula from Brazil with whom I spent the evening at a traditional fonda with Chilenean, Peruvian and Bolivian dances and some traditional empanadas filled with beef, a half egg and one olive. ...
... and consisted of the battle to board and disembark. After the 3rd train, we should have rightfully been up. But we found ourselves shoved aside and further back in the line. Danielle was getting totally crushed and decided we should try a place further down the train. But that was packed too. We must have seen about 5 or 6 trains pass by and everyone else board but us. And at least 25 minutes must have already passed while our foreign ...