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... we decide it might be prudent to return to the b&b to collect the washing.
Just as well we get an early start on this as trying to catch a taxi from the main street was a bit tricky. Had to also negotiate the price but before long we were on our way back- or not- as the traffic was shocking due to the road closures.
It was with some relief that we got back, collected the washing and researched chillies at the nearby ...
... asking for 'Silenco'. After half an hour or so of slow moving loud traffic we began to drop people off at their hotels. We were third stop, where Nevers helped us get our bags from the bus and dropped us into reception. There were two other couples checking in at the hotel with us but we all seemed too tired to be making too much small talk. Once checked in we headed up to our room to settle in. The room was huge and nicely laid out, with ...
A morning touring Santiago by bus, enjoyable and educating (but then that's what travel is all about). Fascinated by the history of Chile, not having appreciated it's multicultural beginnings earlier. The locals say they are European Latin America and with national heroes such as Bernardo O'Higgins from the early 1800's, I have got to accept that.
Also appreciated the Chilean attitude to animals and the "duty of care" extended to children is extended by law to include ...
... As soon as I entered the lobby I knew this place was top notch. I then found out it was built less than 3 years ago. The Westin offers an "Executive Floor" as an upgrade, which I decided to get. For $50 extra dollars a night you have access to the Executive club on the 29th floor. This has free breakfast, lunch, and a light dinner. It also has free water, sodas internet, and big screen TV's. During 6-9, you also get ...
... its high plateaus.
Callao is full of food stalls, especially if you know where to look. Seafood markets are
overflowing with fresh fish, and shellfish. The colorful fresh
produce stalls are piled high with native delicacies, and staples,
like hot peppers and potatoes of every kind and color.
Where is the best local food that is bargain-priced, asked my husband. We headed to Polvos
Azules for ...