Best Western Plus Hotel Los Espanoles
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- 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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We had a good flight and arrived in Santiago at 6AM, by the time we got to our hotel it was close to 9. Santiago is a small town of 7,000,000 people, can't wait to get into the country, we rented a camper van and will be going north along the coast for the next 9 days. We will be taking our computer and hopefully will have internet somewhere along …
... to head to the Museo de la Memoria (Museum of Memory). It falls somewhere between a museum and a tribute to the lives lost during the Chilean dictatorship. Here's a Sparknotes version of their recent history to give the next part some context:
Salvador Allende was the first president elected from the Chilean Socialist party. The US didn't want no commies in its hemisphere, so the CIA sponsored a military coup after Allende nationalized some of the ...
... they would welcome us with the “N” word. This is a stark contrast. There is not the history of racial hatred or fear that is instilled in the children, nor the belittling images on tv that help entrench the notion of inferiority and/or fear of someone different. These kids embraced the difference. In fact, even when I went to the high school, the kids were embracing…and a few of the girls in one class shouted “oh que ...
... a class photo holding the name cards, so that I can learn all of their names really fast.
Each time we were able to finish in just enough time for me to sing. So I did. After several classes my voice was tired but I had to do what I said I was going to do. So….Falalalalalalalala-lalala. I sang. They really enjoyed it. Some even sang along and in a few classes they even clapped during the ...
... built to protect the city against invasions). You can visit the central square (Plaza de armas), which is surrounded by historic buildings like the cathedral, the History National Museum, among others. A bit further, you will see the Bellas Artes Museum (Arts Museum), in the middle of a bohemian and artsy neighbourhood. Full of coffee places and restaurants. Make sure you stop there and enjoy. Every place mentioned here is close to the subway stations: ...