San Cristobal Tower
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
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... again in the Lastarrio neighbourhood, near the museum. I had another special day planned for the following day, so I had another early night. Skiing High in the Andes! :-) Perfect timing for a ski day trip, I grabbed the opportunity with both hands to ski in the Andes for the day and take a trip to La Parva ski resort.(http://www.chileanski.com/eng/l a-parva/). The views from the journey were simply spectacular, however, looking down on the seemingly small town of Santiago you see ...
... per year, but last year they were 45% down on the average. Santiago is in a valley surrounded by high mountains, the snow on which is used for hydro power and the run off for irrigation. The city is shrouded in a smog haze the whole time we are there - apparently it is the 3rd worst for smog after Beijing & Delhi, we can only just make out the mountains most of the time. It is caused by factories, cars and its ...
... our seat around the bar and tasted 5 different wines. A sauvignon blanc, a c******nay, a pinot noir, a wine named Coyama - by far the best of the day, which is probably why I remembered the name, and a wine named Ge (which was allegedly their best wine and could be bought at the bar for the equivalent of $20 per glass - in my opinion - MEH.)
We had some lovely cheese and crackers with the wines, I chatted with a pretty cool couple ...
... was in the art of shipbuilding, using timber. The Jesuit church is totally different inside to anything we have seen before, all timber and very well finished. Tonight we have been invited to join a couple from 1 hour north of Barrie, Canada for dinner. I will ask do they know Auntie Audrey in Barrie. It's his wife's birthday, we have already been invited to 2 male birthdays a 65th and a 70th, but as this is a female birthday we probably won't be allowed count the number ...
... to, such as going to see the new Horrible Bosses movie with my workmates (SO relevant right now) and a couchsurfing barbecue with Katie, Ronald and Melody on Saturday. I don't want to go too long without updating my blog, as I realise (or flatter myself into believing) that you still want to hear what I am up to, even if it is boring, and what I may find boring you may find interesting. I hope you enjoy the photos and video with this entry, as usual please let me know what you think! Much love ...