Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center
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... had been characterised by squally showers since early this morning and was at its ugliest when we began to pull away from the terminal. Gusts were sending manic ripple patches scurrying across the puddles on the Tarmac and our mighty vessel was trembling in the wind. It was enough to put the fear in you. However, when it came to it, our takeoff was very smooth. There were some stomach churning moments on our way through the clouds but we emerged from the ...
... We also had a second 'unofficial guide' in the form of a very friendly stray dog, who followed us for the first 2 hours of our tour! Matias explained the santiaguenos love of dogs and how they are protected, sterilized, even housed in large communal dog houses in the park. He said that it is common for a dog to 'adopt' a tour group as his own. The tour lasted almost 4 hours and was filled with great "behind the scenes" info. We ...
... a good integrated transport system where you use the same swipe card for trains and buses. We were very disappointed with the museum as it only had a temporary exhibition on the world cup and one item from its permanent collection. The building was a massive modern style private home with a sculpture of buried cars in the front yard. We then retraced our transport steps and travelled past ...
... We had a nice walk down to the Botanical Gardens, and took some time to just lay in the grass and enjoy the beautiful weather. In the two days we’ve been here so far, we haven’t seen one cloud in the sky, except for over the Andes Mountains in the distance. It’s pretty awesome. We walked down to the Japanese Garden, which was really peaceful, and did look just like how you would picture Japan. We continued to walk down the hill until we ...
Back to the heart of the city -- past more of the captivating architecture -- to the Metropolitan Cathedral, which is magnificent.
Then a quick transfer to La Moneda Palace for the changing of the guard. The palace now houses the offices of the President (a woman, Michelle Bachelet) and the Ministry of the Interior. A lot of pomp and circumstance for a non-monarchy, but very fun to see, albeit a tad long. (Note: All ...