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... Cathedral and admired the decorative ceilings and marble statues.
We stopped for a beer and a rest in one of the main malls and then returned to the hotel for a short rest. This day seems to be going on forever. Later we went down to the bar in the hotel and joined Ken and Lois and Brian and KIm for a couple of drinks and eventually a pizza. Good conversation and conviviality took us though to late enough to return to bed.
... airport is the same offensive and unpleasant environment as we have become used to. The car rental company manages to extract yet another fee before they are willing to return the signed credit card slip they hold for the security deposit. Not much money, but so annoying. The line ups are long, but we have allowed sufficient time. We manage to part with the last of our Chilean pesos in the gift shop by the gate. The flight to JFK (we ...
... north of Chile. Vineyards, mountains, trees, rivers... . Only here, after weeks of traveling in Chile, we found the landscape we had expected to find everywhere in Chile (except in the Atacama desert, of course).
Here, in Altos de Lircay National Park, we started our first hiking trip with Nico. He sat on our back inside the baby carrier and contrary to our expectations, he did not complain at all AND fell asleep right away! No wonder: we fed him properly ...
... the University of Chicago economist who touted free market capitalism in the 70's. He sent his group of "Chicago Boys" to the U of C to study under Friedman and brought them back to Chile to begin diversifying the economy, which Chile has successfully done. The current president is one of the Chicago Boys and has his doctorate in economics from Harvard. The economy is very strong. See my notes below.
Flat Stanley has been very busy and had to go to bed early since he ...
... and the Plaza de Armas,
although I learned significantly more, although our tour guide kept making these awkward jokes targeted at women's abilities as drivers. Then we went to the other hill that Santiago is known for, cerro san Cristobal and it has a giant statue of the virgin on top of it.
We drove by the American embassy just so we could learn where that was, ...