Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
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... family. He was with the family at their private ski lodge. He was due to go skiing after breakfast with Michael on the morning of the accident. He chose not to as he had alot of other food to prepare for the other family members, and the visibility was really bad outside. 3 hrs later, they got the call for the chopper to go and pick Michael up. It was a heartfelt story. We got off subject and continued drinking and enjoying the night. His first ever pub crawl was a success. ...
... to see what was happening.... A security bloke approached me (I thought this might be tricky) but he just asked if I was Ok and then everything went back to normal. On my rambles I walked passed a university building with all the vines growing down the side.. Looked fantastic. Had a wander inside the Cathedral, lots of people doing their religious stuff, even a guy getting confession in a little booth on the side.. Very strange. My love for ...
... the afternoon sun aaaaahhh, spaced out and airy and with many small cafe like pubs along side each other with people eating drinking and chatting and an unusually high ratio of attractive women everywhere. That sums up our night in Chile. Sitting and watching the people, people coming home from work, and us here ate the start of our adventure. Saw some dinged up cars. Saw a 4wd drive on the wide footpath and into a short metal pole. That was interesting. Then reversed ...
... The restaurant is called, Agua para Chocolate. The name of the restaurant is based on the 1992 movie "Like Water for Chocolate". I ordered a steak covered in a special sauce on top of potatoes and vegetables. The entire dining experience was unique, and definitely a place to go on special occasions.
I am a day behind on the blog, and will have a full report of my amazing adventures to the south of Chile very soon!
... overdue nap. After catching some zs we went to a cute restaurant for dinner. The waiter didn't speak much English so we just randomly chose. Matt got the weirdest "traditional" dessert of corn, dried peach and syrup...yuck. I had corn ice cream haha. Matt also tried the traditional Chilean drink of Pisque sour (40% alcohol). Such a wonderful first day! Tomorrow we are leaving bright and early for our bike wine tour ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility