Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center
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Four days in Santiago, with the first one work-free and a perfect opportunity to explore this city.
... walked back to his seat as if he was a regular passenger, and looking about as if nothing had happened…and then…he jumped up again, grabbed the guitar and harmonica, and banged out another scream-song…while banging his head backwards on the train wall. By now the whole section of the train was dying in laughter. But it was kind of hesitant laughter, like we weren’t really sure whether the dude was crazy, high, or just ...
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So, since my last post I have looked a lot into getting a scooter, but I don't think it will be happening anytime soon. In order to get a scooter, I would have to have a Chilean motorcycle license which I would not even be able to begin to apply for until after I have a visa, which on its own it going to be tough… From what I can make out, there are two different types of visas here. One is a subject ...
... santiago is full of street arts. Finally i reached the park at the end of barrio brazil and visited quickly the Natural history museum, then ride back to bellavista. Then go out to find something to eat with a belgian girl i think and a brazilian and another guy who wanted to try something typical of chile but for that you should go eat fish and seafood at the central market. So we all joined for two nice pizzas eating in a street restaurant and a churro. One amazing first day in ...
Santiago is the capital of Chile- perhaps the oddest shaped country in the world occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west (it stretches over 4,300 km north to south, but only 350 km at its widest point east to west). Chile means “where the land ends” and that seems very appropriate. At 6 million people, Santiago is home to almost a third of the countries population ...