Santiago Chile Things To Do April 10-17

Santiago Chile Activities April 10-17

Chile: Pieces of a Puzzle

Chile (with a length of 4,329 Km) is one of the longest countries in the world, nearly a tenth of the surface of the globe. The new exhibit Puro Chile. Paisaje y Territorio is a great way to explore this long and skinny nation with nearly 300 photos, videos, paintings, and items brought from all over Chile to be displayed in our Presidential Palace.

Exposición Puro Chile. Paisaje y Territorio. Centro Cultural Palacio de La Moneda, Metro Moneda. 7 Days a Week 9AM to 7:30PM. $5.000 and $2.500 before 12PM.

Happy Birthday to You!

The Golsa La Orquesta is celebrating their BDAY this weekend at one of the most happening bars in Santiago El Clan. It promises to be a crazy night of swing, chachachá and boleros that will be En Fuego till the break of dawn. The best costumes will also receive free pisco sour!

Saturday 12. 11PM. $3.000. Bar El Clan. Bombero Núñez 363, Barrio Bellavista.

Cueca With 3 Pretty Ladies!

Cueca is the national dance of Chile, an art that has been explored by Las Niñas. The three singers will be performing feminine cuecas that continue the tradition of this Chilean art.

Tuesday 15. 10PM. FREE. Bar Opera Catedral. José Miguel de la Barra esquina Merced.

Yoga For Everyone in Parque Araucano

Get your “OM” on, grab a GREEN bike and prepare to enter another frequency. Cruise along the Rio Mapocho on your 2 wheeled vehicle heading east. Pass Plaza Italia, the Costanera Center until you hit the street Vitacura. Continue a couple more blocks until the calle Presidente Riesco turning and crossing Américo Vespucio, where you will go along the border of the Escuela Militar until the street Alonso de Córdoba. You will come upon Parque Araucano where this Sunday the Festival de Yoga Urbano Wanderlust will take place, a day for relaxation, meditation, music, dance, talks and group classes. Bring your yoga mat!!

La Bicicleta Verde. Loreto 6. Tel. 022-5709338. 4 hr rentals = $5,000 clp

Soup to Bring You Back From The Dead!

In Chile, the expression Levanta Muertos refers to a food that can cure hangovers, colds, or any kind of ill. At the restaurant named Ciro’s, their version is called the Caldo Tronco, a soup of pork, turkey, red wine, egg and spicy chiles. If this soup doesn’t make you right, their Cola de Mono, a traditional creamy blend of aguardiente, coffee, and sugar is sure to do the trick!

Ciro´s. Bandera 220. Open breakfast and lunch monday-friday.

April 10-17, 2014 STGO ENGLISH