Best Western Plus Hotel Los Espanoles
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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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... and so I had to be a bit assertive to make sure we got processed and onto the flight. No-one at the airport seemed to want to make the process any easier for people getting connecting flights.
we were able to book the bags through at the international airport and then we had to catch the bus to the domestic terminal. There was a huge queue waiting for the bus, more than would fit on one bus. I knew we needed to be in the first group to be guaranteed catching our flight so ...
... only took 30 minutes to go from Mendoza, Argentina to Santiago, Chile. One of the shortest and most beautiful international flights, I am sure. So by 10.50 we had landed and were waiting for a bus to take us into the terminal. We left the airport at 1.45pm!! After the usual paperwork and lines, we were excited to find our cases already unloaded, except for a cabin bag which we had checked. It had gone missing. Long story short, it was found along with ...
... how romantic it is!). Poor people are buried in niches (like a coffin in the wall), where they can rent or buy them. We saw one niche where 12 people were buried - it is like yoga fitting them all in, and I don't envy the person whose job it is to add the next person in the family line! Then there are really grand tombs where people can choose to be buried by their profession (from solider to shoe maker) and the tomb will be marked to symbolise ...
After another scrumptious breakfast we made our way in the company of Helen to the house of poet Pablo Neruda, La Chascona. It is a beautiful house located in the bohemian Barrio Bellavista. A walk through the streets to have a small cortado, Adam his beer before we said goodbye to Helen who returned home to Francisco. We then went to explore the haunting museum of the Memoria y Derechos Humanos which contains ...
We had a little trouble finding our bus in the terminal, then as we hadn't printed our tickets we had to run and find a internet shop and print them with around 15 minutes till departure. Thankfully we did it in time, and had time to spare given the bus didn't leave till about 10:20 instead of 10am. Unfortunately we were a little unprepared by the way of food and drink but our ...