Snow in the Andes, raining movies, World Cup Flu! Deal with cold Santiago with activities June 19-26.
If you look east, the mountains seems far away, but you are very wrong. Within an hour, you can be tucked away in an Andean igloo if you prefer. Get bundled up and check out Chilextremo.com for daily ski outings to Valle Nevado (7:30AM from Dominica 25) They can do the whole day, full rental starting at $73,000 clp, and be sure to ask about their lodging options as well. Visit Miércoles Poh (chilepo.cl) for Wednesday and Friday ski days with prices starting at $50.000 clp.
Knock Yourself Out With Jazz
Mix hip hop, rap and jazz and you will get a great cocktail of music from the band called Criminal Jazz. Why would you miss something this lethal mix of beats?
Thursday 19. 11:30PM. Salsoteca Maestra Vida, Pío Nono 380.
It’s Raining Movies Hallelujah
Santiago is flooded… with documentaries. Fidocs (Festival Internacional de Documentales) is pulling together over 30 docs, international, Latin American and Chilean, for this kicking festival. A few of the headliners are: El último de los injustos, At Berkeley and Manakama. Check out the full program @ fidocs.cl
Watch out STGO because on Monday the 23rd at 12noon the city will stop moving for the Chile vs Holland game. Where should you watch it? In the street maybe… Paseo Ahumada will have a huge projector screen for public viewing. Or head over to the movie theater Cine Alameda for full HD and other futbol clips (Minimum charge $2.000. Alameda Bernardo O’Higgins 139). The Sports Café (Apoquindo 2965) will have a special futbol program or check out every single game by heading to the Irish pub Flannerys (Encomenderos 83) which is a expat favorite.
Sopaipillas, Politics y 50% Discounts!?
What kind of salad is that! City tours on bikes with La Bicicleta Verde are 50% off all this week for Wally fans. Use the gift code WALLY when you check out and prices drop quickly from 18,000 clp to nueve lucas. 9:30AM and 2:30PM every day of the week. If Paul McCartney did it, you can do it!
La Bicicleta Verde. 7 Days a Week. Loreto 6, 022-7375649
Spanish Tapas Delight
If a beautiful wooden bar and cozy conversation doesn’t sound nice, you probably will not like the lovely El Txoco Alaves. Cheese platters, cured ham, tapas, paellas… plus chorizos! There are so many good options to choose from to keep your warm on those windy days in Santiago. Every Vasque country, everything good.
El Txoco Alaves. Mosqueto 485.