Rq Santiago Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... and New Zealand as we had to book our tour beforehand. Luckily for us, the Spanish-challenged Brits, (I said Brits not Twits!) this could be done online. We were going to be brave and take the bus there and this is where the natural helpfulness of the Chileans came to the fore. We took the metro to the bus station and on arrival found our bus stop empty but with the help of 3 men who spoke no English we were able to use sign language and a pen and paper to work out what ...
... be the crookedest highway in the world. We completely lost track of the number of hairpin bends the driver had to take the bus around. There were a lot of trucks using the road and early on in the day Norman wondered why they didn't use road trains or B doubles. It didn't take long on the narrow, winding road for the penny to drop. All in all a good experience and I'm so glad we decided to opt for the bus rather than fly to Santiago. Our apartment is in a very up-market ...
We also went to the Pacific coast for a couple of days, visiting the town of Valpraiso. This is a port town that had much importance on the trade route until the opening of the Panama Canal in the early 20th century. Since then, much of the wealth has left ...
Day 1: Santiago, Chile... I'm here! After what was a journey to here in itself, I made it to Chile on Monday, December 15 at about 10 AM. Customs and immigration itself took about an hour and a half (so yes after 9 hours on the plane, you have to be patient). After collecting my things and exiting the airport I asked for a cab to take me to the city center. I paid $19,000 chilean peso (about $30) which apparently is average around these parts. I thought it was a ...
... standing vendetta between the dogs and the cabbies…maybe one of their boys was run over and the entire stray dog community of Santiago is out to exact revenge…one taxi cab tire at a time!!!
2. THE BEST FOOD IN SANTIAGO, CHILE IS…
…actually Peruvian. Sorry, my dear Chilean friends. But I am a foodie at heart and can eat with the best of them. And despite the national pride deeply imbedded in all ...