San Cristobal Tower
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... couple bottles of water and with that we off on a Sunday morning headed to the Casablanca Valley and Emiliana Vineyard.
The terrain changed quickly from a city surrounded by the Andes, to one of rolling hills and farmland. In less than an hour we were pulling off the freeway and driving down a long narrow road and turning into Emiliana Vineyards.
Daniel and I hung out on the terrace and waited for my 11:30 tour to start. Turns ...
... the city we were more or less walking from 9.30 to 4.30 with a short lunch break at the fish markets. We have seen quite a bit of Santiago city centre. Saturday- rained in the morning. Organised a private tour to take us to the coast to see Valparaiso. What an interesting city, very Bohemian. The streets are incredibly steep and everyone seems to have painted their house a different colour. It seems graffiti artists come from ...
... and consisted of the battle to board and disembark. After the 3rd train, we should have rightfully been up. But we found ourselves shoved aside and further back in the line. Danielle was getting totally crushed and decided we should try a place further down the train. But that was packed too. We must have seen about 5 or 6 trains pass by and everyone else board but us. And at least 25 minutes must have already passed while our foreign ...
... people are said to be of a lower class. A million different things could be said about this and even its validity could be argued and exceptions found, however, this is something that I have had several people explain to me. They also explain that depending on where you are in elevation, and therefore socioeconomic status, certain sounds will be pronounced differently.
That’s all for today,
From Santiago, with ...
... be closed the following day due to a national holiday. We were fascinated & simultaneously horrified by the Museo de Memoria y Derechos Humanos, which displays details of the human rights abuses which took place during Pinochet's rule. It's hard to believe that he only lost power in 1990 and that people were still being tortured or 'disappeared' right up to the ...