徐霞客之旅Mount Saint Cristo, also known as the Mount of Our Lady, stands on the banks of the Mapocho River. The Mapocho River flows by the side of the mountain, the waters and mountains are very charming. The mountain is more than 400 meters above sea level. From the foot of the mountain, you can take a cable car directly to the top of the mountain, or you can hike along the mountain path. On the top of the mountain stands a giant marble statue of the Virgin Mary, graceful and smiling.
噼里啪啦Open the heart, lift inhibitions, and unravel the immeasurable potential! Santiago, Chile
[Value for money] This is a low-consumption city, you must go to the top of the mountain to see the whole city
开心The Plaza of Arms in Santiago, the capital of Chile, before I went to read the guide, it was a bit scary, saying there were riots, thieves, robberies, etc., so I was very cautious, saying that mobile phones and cameras should not be exposed, which made us panic. There really is that the phone is afraid to take it out. Seeing that the church is very beautiful, I took it out and took a picture and I quickly put it in my pocket. Later, we entered the church and circled the square. It didn't feel as scary as it was written on the Internet! Then we saw someone on the balcony of the next museum, and we went in. The museum is free, but the bags need to be stored. You have to use a coin that looks like one yuan to store your own lockers. You can walk upstairs to one Climb to the balcony of the bell tower on the top floor, but need to wait. It seems that people within about 20 minutes can bring a group of people up, about 6 people at a time, because the stairs are very narrow, only one person can pass, and when you get to the top, you can take the last overlook The picture of the church feels good.
闲来有趣The tour guide of Neruda’s former residence is from the northeast, and he desperately praised Chile all the way: this bridge was built by poets, this building was built by poets, this square was built by poets, and the whole of Santiago was built by poets... I was excited by listening , What a great country! Neruda's dream finally came true. Until we came to the door of Neruda's former residence like a dream, we finally learned that it was all made by ‘private’. Neruda is a Nobel Prize winner, a left-wing revolutionary, a writer, a poet, and a collector. He likes to drink with friends and talk about revolution, creation, and women... He came to China in 1955 and was robbed of his talent in Shanghai. The revolutionaries were revolutionized in the Holy Land of Revolution. Up. In 1973, the Chilean military coup began the military dictatorship, but Neruda is still remembered and admired by all the Chilean people, including the military. It's a pity that you can't take pictures inside.
南美当地向导YolandaArrange tourists to go to Easter Island to start a 4-day and 3-night itinerary tour.
I recommend everyone if you can only watch one Moai statue, you must choose Ahu Tongariki, which is the most spectacular, famous and representative stone statue group on the island. The 15 stone statues here are different in height, short, fat and thin, and each is unique, perhaps vividly restoring the image characteristics of the aborigines. In addition to the advantages of scale, Ahu Tongariki, located in the east of Easter Island, is still the best place to watch the sunrise and starry sky. When the morning light passed through the gap between the stone statues and cast their shadows into the distance, the shock of this moment was beyond words, and you had to be there to feel it.
齐步走123The Forest Park is one of the more worth visiting in San Diego. This is also one of our day trips in San Diego. The park is quite large and rectangular, and it is full of South American coastal characteristics.
Museo Antropologico P. Sebastian EnglertEaster Island,Chile
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Central Post OfficeMetropolitana,Chile
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Mano del DesiertoAntofagasta,Chile
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Concha y ToroCordillera Province,Chile
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Docas beachValparaiso Province,Chile
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The Marble Caves are among the best places to visit if you are a fan of unreal sights that you can barely believe exist.
These caves are found on the border of Chile and Argentina, on the General Carrera Lake, and they are formed through tunnels and caverns that hold some of the most important and beautiful marble depositions the world has to offer.
You’ll be able to see the marble reflected in the vivid water beneath, changing in appearance with the tide and as the seasons turn.
There’s nothing quite like being there in person to witness the superb caves in motion.
I am very satisfied recommending this place as a very cool water resort.
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During this time of the year, the beach looks like absolute sh*t. There is plenty of seaweed lying around the shore stacked to heaps, which easily reach a meter in height. It also smells like rotten eggs. Right at the shore, it’s forbidden to swim, but you wouldn’t go in anyway because the water is a brown sauce. There are plenty of small boats, which take you a few hundred meters away from the coast where the water is blue and clear.
This isolated island, situated 2,300 miles off the western coast of South America, is one of the most mysterious places on earth. Numerous theories have surfaced about the Polynesian settlers, the Rapa Nui and the demise of their civilization. What survived are 900 moai statues (large, humanlike monoliths) spread across the island, with one measuring more than 70 feet tall. Ahu Tongariki on the southeast coast features 15 moai statues side by side. Since there are few flights here and accommodation options are limited, you'll want to plan your visit far in advance.
Getting There - fly from any major city in Chile or take a long distance bus.
Attractions - Star gazing, hot springs, hiking and amazing rock formations. the gateway / exit for doing the 4/5 day salt tour in Bolivia.
Hotels - lots of choice from high end hotels to hostels.
Food & Restaurants - lots of local cuisine and also fast food.
Shopping - plenty of shops for clothing, food, necessities and souvenirs.
The mall itself is really nice, in a good location, and decently maintained. It has a good variety of stores, and the walking areas are really nice and large, giving the mall a nice sense of space.
The issues, although small, were noticeable. For example, the seating, which are large grey plastic pieces, have a thick layer of dust above them. There were also occasional little metal screws and whatnot sticking out of the floor, which definitely isn’t something that should ever happen.
The bathrooms are nice, modern, and also well maintained. I did notice one major design flaw, which was the high powered air blowers (which are really great themselves) are right above a garbage can, so whenever you use them it causes garbage to come flying out. 😀
An outlet center within the city. Although no high-end/top brands, has a good variety of stores and brands (CAT, Arrow, Columbia, Brooks Brothers). Has plenty of parking lots and some restaurants. You can arrive by subway L5 and then take a taxi. Not crowded. Great place for shopping, very organize and with really good offers. The distribution is very similar to small towns in the US. ☺️
I am exceedingly fond of this Mall for being there for me every time I land in Chile. Plenty of nice shops that I find to be presented in an eye pleasing manner.
The restaurants look nice (grill, etc.) but I never got around to trying any. An enthusiastic food court with a general flavor of burgers and hot dogs is at your disposal. Plastic bags and straws seem to have been banned. They were not handed out anymore and I approve.
My personal favorite store is the PC Factory where you can get prepaid SIM cards for your mobile connectivity needs. 2nd floor, close to the main entrance. Ask for "SIM Chip con bolsa prepago". That think costs just under CLP 3.000 and needs to be activated for your mobile by the provider(!).
If you're a native / have a personal RUT number, you can do that yourself. If you have no idea what that is. Go to a carrier shop. I always go with movistar because the shop is just out front and the people there were helpful on all occasions. Yup, I went there more than once on my first odyssey. ;)
Nice shops, good service. Enough space and plenty of parking - at least during the week. Good stuff!
Oh and they have security as well as bank branches and cash withdrawal machines that work fine with my debit card.
Alto Las Condes is a commercial center located in the municipality of Las Condes in Santiago, Chile, and is owned by the Cencosud holding company that owns other shopping centers in Chile and Argentina, as well as supermarkets such as Jumbo, Santa Isabel, and stores Paris.
This shopping center, opened in 1988, has 231,000 square meters and 5,000 parking spaces. The commercial center, located at the intersection of Kennedy Avenue and Padre Hurtado Avenue, is the connection point for the important communes of Vitacura and Las Condes, so it becomes a meeting point for the inhabitants of the capital of these two communes. Alto Las Condes receives more than 20 million visits per year.
Alto Las Condes currently has more than 200 stores, a Food Court, 12 Cinemark cinemas, a series of department stores such as Ripley, Falabella, and Paris; family entertainment centers, and an Integramedica Medical Center. 😃
Lining the walls of the Costanera Center is an array of high street stores and brands. On level one of the six-story building, you can find gifts for your friends, family, and yourself. On the second floor is the women’s department, where you’ll find dresses, skirts, trousers, and shirts, plus handbags, shoes, and purses. On level three there are the children’s and men’s clothes to fit the whole family.
On level four you’ll find the technology, decorations, and sports sections. There is gym gear, outdoor gear, laptops, and more. For a full list of shops, click here. On level five, Costanera Flavors can be found. Here you can wine and dine or just whet your whistle at the cafes and restaurants. There is a Dunkin Donuts, Brown, Café Melba, Yogen Fruz, Burger King, and Domino’s Pizza. You can nibble at Taco Bell, Oh! Salad or Gatsby, Enzo Cucina, and Sushihana. To see where you can eat, click here. On the top and final level are the cinemas, playing all the latest films. 😉