Hotel Principado de Asturias
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Breakfast at the hotel includes cheese and biscuits, tinned peaches and some scrambled eggs that have seen better days. I went for the middle option. As for the hotel brochure it claims: "Its customized desing, it is oriented to maxim of comfort; breakfast buffet served in our cafeteria, plus maid service and laidry. and laundry. Rooms with free of …
We finally got to the hotel after 3am and I managed some sleep. After breakfast Linda and I headed off on the cheap and convenient Metro to the Museum of Memory and Human Rights, which told the story of the 1973 military coup that toppled Allende and brought Pinochet to power. An informative audio guide filled us in on the events of that fateful …
This morning I was off on my city tour of Santiago at 8:45. Once again I was on a bus that had about 30 Spanish speaking people and about 3 other English speaking ones! I met a nice couple from Melbourne and a girl, Mariana who is from Sao Paulo in Brasil but has been living in Sydney for the past 8 years.
The tour was interesting but …
Much better sleep and woke up at 7:30am. Headed down to breakfast then was picked up by the tour company at 8:50am for our full day tour to Viña del Mar & Valparaíso - about 120 Kms from Santiago on the coast.
This time I was on a much bigger bus and there must have been over 40 people in the group but our tour guide Samuel was …
Had a restless sleep mainly because I knew the time was going to change at midnight and I wasn't sure if my clock on my mobile would automatically change. The solution was to stay awake until midnight, which wasn't hard and then I ensured my alarm would be right. I started following the Swans game so actually stayed awake for longer than I hoped. …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility