Rq Santiago Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... War between 1814 and 1817.
The pathway around the park took you all around the Castillo, but if you wanted to actually see it, you had to climb a series of very narrow stone step switchbacks. It was brutal in the heat, but I made it to the top to take in the view and then wandered back down in search of shade and water. On the way down a passed a very tiny, very pretty chapel and what appeared to be
an outer wall. Entirely worth the trip!
... dynamic, meaning the land takes care of its own needs. Whatever, it is modern and beautiful and well presented. They export to the US so hopefully we can enjoy their C******nay and Riesling at home. The restaurant-also part of the hobby- was spectacular. More wine and pisco sours while we waited for our whole group to arrive. Lots of appetizers passed, including the best ceviche yet- and that is saying a lot! Lunch was also good, although we were all too happy from happy ...
Finally! Something to report! Sunday I finally woke up at a reasonable hour, and decided it was finally time to venture out to the tourist attractions I had been saying I was going to see since I got here. Plus, museums are free on Sundays. Off I headed on the metro, the plaza de armes, where the cathedral is, which is still being built after the earthquake, and the pre Colombian art museum. I felt excitement bubbling up inside me as I saw the plaza de armes was ...
... here were as breathtaking as the high altitude. I now know what it must be like to be obese. Nasty.
We then headed to Valparaiso for a night. A port town an hour out of Chile rich in history and colour. We took a walking tour where we learned how it crashed from being the largest economy in South America to the poor town it now is after the opening of the Panama canal. It is also home to some of the most colourful houses and street art in the world. More sprays than a ...
... region of chile was at my first hostel ever and there were 5 other people staying there. They were all traveling together, they were Belgian medical students and they mostly chose to speak in French in front of me, though they each spoke English and Spanish. This made me really anxious and I'm pretty sure had I not invited myself into their group, my *****y resting face would have turned really un inviting. Now, I was not delighted by ...