Radisson Hotel Iquique
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Iquique
... of workers. One of the amazing features was a 12 x 24 meter swimming pool, built in 1935 as part of the Camp's modernization program. It had a depth of 2.30 meters and was built using planks of clinched iron taken from the large iron tanks used to store saltpeter. There was even a three level diving board that faced roofed rows of bleachers. The luxury of having access to a pool was made possible by the extraction of subterraneous waters that were later used in the ...
... not to rush ashore and let the crowds diminish first. There were a group of local dancers performing on the dock for those ashore first. They were gone by the time we disembarked. There was a very long line for the shuttle but as we waited we noticed taxis were beginning to come into the port so we opted for the short taxi ride to town which was only 5 dollars for the four of us. The day was sunny and warm with a high around ...
... called Ouzo so we played with him while we drank. Chris's fictional dog, Graham is a weimaraner so he was made up! The next day we went out walking around the town again, this time we walked down to the port where we saw fishermen bringing in loads of different fish and crabs. We walked to a massive fish market but they were packing up for the day, we turned to leave and as we did, we noticed a load of pelicans and a massive ...
... I had a gourmet hotdog as hotdogs are very very popular in Chile and I felt I should try one. Back at the hostel in the afternoon I facetimed home and also used the computer where for the first time in a long while my external hard drive worked and I could see all my backed up photos which was a great relief. I had one more night in the private room and I was looking forward to getting a decent sleep. Thursday morning I was expecting Fiona to arrive early. She had taken a bus ...
... waterproof casing I picked up in Argentina is giving us a lot of grief with it fogging up all the time – a quick search on google and apparently this is a really common problem – so I’d been lucky before. Various solutions – buying the expensive silicon inserts seems to be the best solution – where on earth am I going to find those?! But a number of other ideas including small bits of paper towel baked lightly and inserted in the ...