Radisson Acqua Hotel & Spa Concon
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... he was successful and sailed out into the ocean until we couldn't see him anymore. We continued to walk, past the Radisson hotel sitting out on a rocky point, towards the very large beach towards the end of Concon. There were probably a dozen surfers catching waves and maybe only 3 times as many people lying on the beach. Behind the beach sat many restaurants selling empanadas, fish and bebidas (cold drinks). We spotted a restaurant up on a ...
... tart appetizer while I had salad followed by a beef dish and finished with homemade ice cream to share. Everything was delicious. Overall, it's nice to be back in a Spanish speaking country. It feels more comfortable and while no where near fluent, we can communicate a lot more effectively than we could in Portuguese. It's amazing how cheaply you can travel by bus in Chile. To travel 2+ hours, it cost 3000 peso per person plus 400 for the microbus, about ...
... though! After Concõn we headed back to Renãca. Much more developed and a nicer beach to chill on. We didn't spend long there. After a quick feed we bused back to Viña del Mar to watch the football. Chile vs Australia. Headed to the fan zone to watch it on the big screen in the city centre. The crowd was loving it but we got a few sketchy looks for looking like Australians. We met a local chile dude who ...
... video footage, and several primary resources about the violation of human rights that occurred. After the museum, I went with my host mom and dad to a park called Parque Padre Hurtado. This park is huge! It had a little duck pond, a huge play ground, hundreds of little shelters for BBQs, lots of open space and grass, a train, and something called a "medialuna" which is where they have Chilean rodeos.
Overall, I ...
... some cumbia (a type of south American dance music). We all had the menu of soup, fish and a caramel foam which was delicious and surprisingly cheap for Chile. The guide offered us another few hours of tour but we decided we'd had enough and Magda and I headed home to swim whilst Willie have mum and dad a small tour of Viņa. Wednesday we got up early to catch a bus to Santiago for the day, Willie had volunteered to act as our tour guide and I was keen ...