Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Santiago
Four days in Santiago, with the first one work-free and a perfect opportunity to explore this city.
... lessons on our way there we found Cerro Santa Lucia, its a big hill with a little castle on top. It has beautiful views and we even did a few monumental jigs! There are a lot of stray and malnourished dogs around the city and the one thing that amazed us about them is that they have complete road sense! They can cross a busy road and are more aware of the cars than me!! Saturday 12th April: Yesterday we concurred Cerro Santa Lucia, today its Cerro San Cristobal, Its ...
... Astrid said to forget it. She also reminded me that she had given me detailed instructions on how to get to the hostel using the bus and metro...which would have avoided my big blunder.
After I settled into our room and Astrid and had taken care of a little problem she had with our women's bunk room turned into a co-ed one, she left me to take a nap before going out to explore a little of ...
... warm earth melting the snow adjacent to it and leaving a solid cap on top. I also crossed a very thin and melting ice bridge of which Rach warned me not to attempt. I, of course, knew better. Fortunately my gamble paid off and the bridge supported my weight.
It was time to descend and our guides asked us to put on all ...
... we didn't get our meal for an hour and twenty minutes! And it wasn't that good! While we were waiting we kept looking over at the local convenience store "Big John's" to see if it was still open as we wanted to buy water - but it wasn't to be. It closed at ten thirty. The next morning we had a trip to Viña del Mar and Valparaíso, port towns about 120 km from Santiago. Valparaíso is a world heritage site because of it's unique architecture and the ...
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