Rq Santiago Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... ice cream. It was cheap and nasty. Lunch was a lovely seafood meal at Tio Willy. Cerviche, crab pie and razor clams. Our waitress was very sweet and gave us a free amaretto to finish. We also tried empanadas, Chile's answer to the meat pie. Good, but points to the Mrs Mac for me. After a siesta (ole!) we headed out to Cerro San Cristobal via funicular train m to watch the sunset over the city. Nice views but the smog ...
... old it was certainly only a matter of time. The days leading up to Christmas were filled with tears, a lot of sleep, but I thankfully made it through Christmas day without a hitch. I am still filled with grief for the loss of such a good friend, but it is getting easier. It it makes it easier that I know he would want me to stay in Chile, because he was so excited I was here. Well thank you for reading (again) and I hope you like the photos on this blog! The things you find in ...
Alison: We arrived in Santiago on the bus and navigated to our accommodation via the subway. We had managed to find a really nice centrally located apartment to stay in which was fully equipped, had a gym and pool, and was very cheap! It was a modern split level apartment and I'm not sure why it was so cheap but we were glad to find this little gem. It was just what we needed to recharge our batteries. We instantly really liked Santiago, ...
... the place to go to get the freshest seafood in Santiago. We were told buy our free walking tour guide (a couple of days ago) to be careful as 70% of the restaurants there are owned by one guy. When we arrived it didn't take long for the swarm of hosts and waiters to try and convince us that we should eat at there place. We both decided that we didn't feel like seafood that day and made our way back to ...