Mantagua Hotel & Village
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... but we got a
bit concerned as this area began to look fairly seedy. We finally came down to
the flat port area and were very glad to see a safer looking area. We went to
the shopping mall for lunch and then headed up Argentine Avenue where there
were market stalls all the way along many selling second hand clothes off the
ground. We wanted to go up another hill to check out the art work near ...
... was the equivalent of $11. I definitely saw there were busses leaving every 10-15 minutes, and we hopped on the bus leaving at 1:30pm. The bus ride to Vina Del Mar took about an hour and a half. The bus ride was pretty scenic. There were quite a few Vineyards, and we went through 3ish tunnels. Once we got to the bus station in Vina Del Mar, we took a taxi cab to our accommodation.
Greg found an airbnb accommodation with this really nice lady named Elsa. It ...
... and the area seems to feel a little sketchy, not the best place to be out after dark! Brought some wine at the local store up the road, and some supplies to make our first hostel dinner.. Guacamole and chips! Made friends with the Italian girl at the reception, who later joined us to help drink a few bottles of wine and play a new game of cards she taught us. Tuesday 10th June: Got up early and caught a bus to the city centre, once again not ...
... clean and very tidy city, especially when compared with where we had just come from. Efficient metro system versus 60 year old trolleys and even older ascensors, well-maintained and manicured Santa Lucia Park with spacious viewpoints versus empty lot with large-breasted blue woman painted on wall, tree-lined bohemian neighbourhood of Lastarria versus the street near the docks where people violently chop fish into small pieces.
On the whole, Santiago seemed ...
... of the 18 in attendance. Nonetheless, the service is solid in content and we appreciate the opportunity to attend in this predominantly Spanish speaking country. During our afternoon walk, we notice the town is mostly closed down. Streets empty, most restaurants closed. Just the odd couple wandering the narrow streets. In sharp contrast to North America, Christmas is not commercialized here. You don't see the Christmas decor, the lighting, the trees, the ...