Radisson Acqua Hotel & Spa Concon
- 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 ...
... when there were gates and other unnecessary actions. We saw a gate that said "Quinoa. Aceite de Olivo. Almendras. Casa 22". This was our spot. We were greeted by a tiny voice that said "Hola!!"--this would be Violeta, the tiny toddler we'd spend most of our time with, yelling out of their open window. When we walked in, Violeta's mother, an American woman named Heather, had just finished preparing a rabbit stew and salad. Pablo, Violeta's father, we met ...
Christmas morning in Valparaiso. We've found an English speaking church in neighbouring Vina del Mar, and look forward to going. We arrive 20 minutes early, worried about the church being packed to the rafters with no room for us to sit. To the contrary, the pastor and 2 members are the only ones in attendance. Awkwardly, we shake hands and sit down in a small but empty church sanctuary. A few more people trickle in, and by the time the service starts, we make up a ...