Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... offered nothing, but Harry felt optimistic that Santiago might be the shopping town he was looking for. He found in a department store's sport section the exact sweater he was looking for. A nice colour and nice material. To the changing room to try it on and it fits perfectly. For only six pounds! Sadly as Harry turned to admire the fit in the mirror he spotted a slogan on the back of the t-shirt that he had not noticed before.
It read: Winning ...
... Brian. It took at least 1.5h to get there....in the city... About 6 km! Needless to say, we were starving and had a wonderful lunch overlooking a beautiful parkland and hill! A quick walk in the park afterward helped us digest! After a rest at home later that afternoon, we decided to try to take the subway. It's not far from our place but the moment we got there I was dreading it. I have been to Paris, Rome, Toronto, New York, among other ...
... like Lao Tzu said, "a good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving." This became our camper-van motto. Because Maggie's luggage was arriving the next day, we decided to head north from Santiago instead of starting south directly towards Patagonia. Vina Del Mar, in Valparaiso, is an hour north from Santiago on Route 5. Ruta 5 goes through most of Chile, it acted as our main vein in accessing most destinations we visited within. The first meal ...
... of fish and other seafood for sale. I was waved into a small store where I had a look at the menu and decided that I needed to try the classic Chilean dish - ceviche. It was a beautiful bowl of fresh seafood with a lemon and salty broth. It was topped with beautiful onions and toasted corn kernels. It was absolutely delicious. After my meal I went back to the hostel where I prepared to go to El Golf by metro to meet Rebecca Bolchim (Jo Field's friend) for dinner at the W Hotel. ...
... 6pm and arriving at 12am to a place called La Serena, where another girl I knew (Maria from Wigan) was already waiting. She had booked me into the same hostel so there wouldn't be a problem when I arrived. Only buses in South America aren't quite as punctual as at home and instead the bus arrived at 2.45am. I had to take a taxi to the hostel which seemed a good idea until we turned down a dirt road, my hands started sweating and I was trying to remember the self ...