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.
... tables. With such a beautiful balmy night, it reminded me of Australian summers. I couldn't help thinking how much my sister would love it, and immediately started scheming how I could get her over here. I slept fitfully until 6am. Today was the day that brought the house hunting. But to kick the day off was a walking tour around santiago - and it was even free! Based on tips it takes you around land marks and gives a great historical account of chile. Natalie ...
... swim. No one had faith we would find it, but I was determined, AND, regardless, we had the rest of the day to kill.
Making things much easier, as we were moving closer to Santiago, service on Jonathan’s iPhone was becoming consistently strong. So, I searched for "world's largest swimming pool chile," and found it in San Alfonso Del Mar, along the coast, just south of the better known community of Viņa del Mar. All we had to do then was to plug our destination into ...
After buying a few postcards (and another Calippo) we set off back down the hill. We had planned to do a walking tour today, but we were already hot and knackered, so we settled down for lunch instead - cheap toasted sandwiches and beer - which hit the spot. (We discovered that Barrio Bellavista is a University area, so there are lots of little bars selling cheap beer and snacks, which suits us just fine!)
We then did a short walk to one ...
... some shuffling of furniture and then a trip to the local Sunday market to stock up on food. We had already made and baked enough bread to cope with the arrival of my parents and we bought fruit, vegetables and fish. I was in charge of buying the reinetta, a local fish and got my first 'yapa'. In south America you don't barter for the price of food instead they give you a little extra of your a regular customer or they like you. The fact that I got ...