Hotel Principado de Asturias
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... looking through some of his work. Lukas is actually an Italian (with a very long name) who loved painting Valparaiso but also did humorous sketches like those you might find in a newspaper as well as other iconic Chile images such as Isla de Pascua. After that we enjoyed a spot of aimless wandering, taking in the colourful streets around us without really knowing where we were going. Eventually we happened upon the Museo de Bellas Artes which we took a quick look ...
... books are just too expensive. There's a 20% tax on books, making them unaffordable, yet a bottle of wine is nearly cheaper than water. They even have a saying in Chile, anyone can write whatever they like because no one can read it.
Chileans really have had to deal with a lot over the last few decades. On top of their dictatorship, they tri-monthly have to deal with natural events causing distress. Earthquakes in Chile and Japan occur more frequently than ...
... match. It wasn't high scoring (1-0 to UE) but it was pretty decent football as it was like the equivalent of the Champions League. Tickets were hard to get online so we bought them from a guy outside the stadium for 10,000 pesos ($10 each) and he called his mate who let us through the turnstiles without checking that our ID matched - cheers! On our last day we took the funicular up to the top of a hill to say hola to the Holy Virgin and look over Santiago. Until the sun went ...