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Santiago Saint James is known as de Compostela, from campus a field and stella star. At night, I was walking in a field of stars. You walk the Way, and the way you walk matters. It has an ethic. Be curious; be kind; be generous; trust that the Way will provide. Above all, keep walking. When the path made a gruelling ascent, I needed to find an equally steep tangent rising within me. In 36C heat, I had to match the burning sun with my own fire. My perseverance had to be as obdurate as the long trudge through the meseta.
In August, it was filled with millions of sunflowers and no yellow like it, but I thought of Van Gogh, whose sunflowers are not laughing but crying, painswept with the mad yellow of the overbright light in the mind.
I cried for his hurt.
When I met my friend at the end, I cried with gratitude and all I could say for an hour and a half apart from: I told her of the hardships, and also of the multifold kindnesses I had been shown on the road. Fine as a field of stars in a midnight sky.
Fine as a field of sunflowers in a summer dawn. Jay Griffiths is the author of Tristimania: A Diary of Manic Depression Topics. Puente Cal y Canto. If you like local fruit and vegetable markets head across the street to check out La Vega Centralthe biggest market in Chile. Sample a classic Chilean drink, like a terremoto at La Piojeraor a pisco sour. The terremoto earthquake is a Santiago staple that every traveler is encouraged to try. Make sure to mix well and you will walk out feeling like a tremor just hit you.
You do have to be careful however, as quality can vary, so check the reviews. Also note that Chilean sushi often comes with cream cheese queso Filadelfia or queso crema although it can be requested sin without.
Eat Helado Chileans love ice cream and Santiago is filled with heladerias ice cream shopsmany make their own, so lookout for Helados Artesanales for your best quality! On any sunny afternoon year-round, around lunch time, you will see tons of Chileans walking around eating an ice cream. If you want something cool and refreshing without as many calories, look for Helados de Fruta, fruit flavors made without cream. Check out Emporio La Rosathey are often listed as the best ice cream in Santiago and sometimes one of the top ice cream parlors in the world, they have some very unique flavors like rose water and black pepper.
Their location in Lastarria is great for walking around the park and enjoying your ice cream, but they have several locations around town.
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Most museums close between pm. If you walk a few blocks south you can also visit the Planetarium at the University of Santiago. Parque Forestal in the Summer Walking along the shaded pedestrian pathways is a nice break from the busy sidewalks of Santiago and a great place to stop and rest during your explorations of Santiago Centro. In addition every Sunday the streets here along the Mapocho River are closed from 9am until 2pm for cycling, running and any non-motorized traffic.
This area is also generally along any organized race route in Santiago and additionally there are many events held on the lawns or streets in front of Museo Bellas Artes, so, if you see things being closed off, stick around and enjoy the upcoming activities. If you need a coffee pick me up stop into Colmado Coffee and Bakery.
There are also a variety of clothing shops including several independent designers. Jaguar taking a siesta at Buin Zoo You can check out the National Zoo in Bellavista or the accompanying Parque Metropolitanowhich is massive and is full of hiking paths, gardens and pools. Take the family out of the city for a day at the Buin Zooor Granjaventura for some interactive farm fun. Or head to Parque Arauco where you can play video games or go bowling after eating at one of the restaurants.
For fish-lovers check out the Aquariumand if your kids are in love with the stars, take them to the Planetarium. Note there is a separate admission charge for each museum but Museo Bellas Artes is free on Sundays. Another great Art Museum is Museo Ralli.
With free admission, although one of the smaller museums you may visit in Chile, it could quickly become your favorite. The museum hosts modern art from all over Ibero-America and has works that may really impress you.
If you visit during the last days of October look out for Dia del Muertes tours and activities. Free Indoor and Outdoor Art Exhibits! In addition to the various monuments, sculptures and art displayed around the city, there are some permanent, and free to visit, outdoor art exhibitions in Santiago. You will find this tranquil park, with about 30 sculptures made by Chilean artists, situated along the banks of the Mapocho River.
They often hold free concerts in the park in summer months January-March. Nearby there is also La Pastoraand open-air museum in Las Condes. These murals cover the entire end of the apartment buildings and are a hidden gem in Santiago! If you are looking for a night out you can choose from many different styles of bars and discotecas to dance the night away in, and an assortment of different restaurants.
Baquedano or Bellas Artes. There is some great architecture here and awesome sculptures all around, in it included a series of painted horses down the main drag, Apoquindo, and currently there are painted benches that provide a pretty place to rest during your walk.
This is also the location of the Costanera Center shopping mall and of course the Costanera Torre which is now the tallest building in South America and set to open to the public in If you want to head towards the mall just spot the enormous tower in the sky and walk towards it. Tobalaba or El Golf.