Best Western Plus Hotel Los Espanoles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Plus Hotel Los Espanoles Santiago
The hotel is a lower end but is very clean. The staff goes beyond being hapefull, right from the people behind the desk to the maids.
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... We were taken from the old city via presidential buildings of Constitucion Plaza and all the way to El Golf down Avenue President Kennedy. El Golf is the modern financial district of Santiago, also known as Sanhattan and is where many of the executives live - much like the Docklands in London. The shopping centre is huge and lucky for us we were able to hop off the bus and discovered one of our favourite eating establishments - Vapiano. We had to stop off lunch not ...
... museum of national history and Santiago's cathedral. It was very dark inside the cathedral and the walls were covered in statues of saints. Even the smell of the place spoke of the traditions of ages. Back outside, a small motley crew of performers had gathered a large crowd around them and were making them laugh. Hundreds of people were sat on benches amongst plump palm trees as the sun went down. Two mounted police officers in green uniforms were chatting to passers by. A ...
... a book I read ages ago by Isabel Allende. For me, "Valparaiso" sounded somewhat romantic and exotic, a port town with all the associated new beginnings and dramatic exits. I wanted to see this place for myself, despite the fact that I knew reading about it in a fictional novel was a bit silly. However, being a port town, it also clearly had its issues. Read almost anything online about the city, and you'll see oodles of warnings. Dangerous crime. ...
... to grant wishes. His grave adorned with plaques thank inking www for whatever had been granted. As well as the rows of niches we saw the huge mausoleums built in ever more prestigious architectural shapes- one like the pyramid, another like a Greek temple etc. For the record I want to be put under a tree in the countryside without any such monstrosity overhead!! The afternoon became VERY hot and the umbrella, now the worse for wear with one spoke completely wrecked ...
... during our trip. At the same time it was the last official visa we had to apply for. We originally intended to have our visa approved in Chiang Mai (Thailand) but we were rejected for 2 reasons:
1) We wanted to apply for such a kind of visa which allows travelers to cross the Chinese borders multiple times within the period of 6 months. In order to obtain the "multiple entry" visa we would have had to submit our application forms ...