Best Western Plus Hotel Los Espanoles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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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... closed to traffic and had been turned into these large promenades filled with cafes, shops and many, many, many womens' clothing and shoe stores. YIKES. It was crazy. And since it was Saturday, the streets were filled with people.
The other cool, actually hysterically funny thing is the pedestrian lights. In Seattle, the traffic figures for walk and don't walk simply light up red or green. In Santiago, the traffic figure lights up green and begins to walk with ...
... to stay with Hernan, and some people complained of being tired and wanted to return to the hotel. We hadn't had any shopping time and most stores closed at two, so Hernan took pity and offered to take any who wanted to a copper and lapis outlet if we promised not to tell the others. I bought a copper bracelet (good for arthritis if I ever develop it!)
After yet another outstanding lunch of couscous seafood salad and decadent cream puffs, Bill and I used our free time ...
In Santiago Terry, Jill, Richard, Valda, Rick and Wendy all flew off in connection to Auckland and then to Brisbane or Melbourne. Robyn, Carol and Mike had one night in a Santiago airport hotel and take the Qantas flight tomorrow. Glenda and Irene meanwhile will have 2 nights in Santiago and a bit of a look around before flying home.
Over and out from the Sensational Silver ...
... musical…he did actually have talent. The songs were short snippets. But his last one…was by far the best. (Or it was at least the one I could understand the most). It was a bit mellower…and he refrained from the head banging part. He announced he would close with a piece that was for all of us…one that we can take with us anywhere and everywhere…to work, on the train and even while sitting on the can…he called ...
... by the lazy council workers sitting by laughing and smoking. I've seen Koalas with more hustle than Chileans. They are certainly in no rush. Cerro San Cristobal (a poor mans Corcovado) and Cerro Santa Lucia were both highlights. Cerro is like halfway between hill and mountain, and the views of Santiago and its Andes backdrop are cray, especially good as I'd led the lads to two different lookout points on skyscrapers that turned out not to be open to the public despite my app telling ...