Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... de Arte Pre-Colombino (Pre-Columbian Art Museum), Antiguo Congreso (Old Congress Building), Corte Suprema (Supreme Court), Palacio La Moneda (The Government House), Bolsa de Comercio (Santiago Stock Exchange), Teatro Municipal (The Opera House), Cerro Santa Lucía (Santa Lucía Hill), Barrio Lastarria (Lastarria Neighborhood), Museo de Bellas ...
... line. And that is what it started out like when we got down in the subway. We knew there would be lots of people. And folks sure enough lined up 6 to 8 rows deep and stretched the full length of the train. And everything remained orderly and peaceful…right up until the train arrived. At that moment, it was like a free for all…lines and orderliness be damned. Folks were pushing and shoving to get on the train. Moreover, the people on the ...
... out why they
can’t take a bill that has been through some things. That’s discrimination. smh
So before I got here, I wasn’t really in the mood to meet
all of these new people. I’m naturally
shy, so I don’t really enjoy coming out of my comfort zone and having to
smiling and turn on the charm so that people will like me. Don’t get me wrong, that stuff is great ...
... relaxing and sorting out the luggage for tomorrow. We took an evening wander for some provisions and a monster size and cheap dinner of chicken and chips with Chile vs Australia providing the entertainment in the background. As we returned to our apartment it felt as though the party was only just getting started with the sound of car horns greeting a Chile victory. Not the ideal preparation for a good night sleep, but atmospheric.
... her brain and imagination “barren desert”.
We look forward to the change of scenery and are excited to get back into nature with something more to photograph as well. Tomorrow is a long bus day, but should be nice moving its way up the coast where we might even see the ocean which we have come to miss very much.
The next entry will be full of sand and desert winds, until then.