Sunday snaps from Chile

Today, like every Sunday, Santiago closes some of its main roads to cars, leaving the way free for bicycles and other wheels! It was a great occasion for me to go on a ride to the Parque Bicentenario, one of the newest park in Santiago.

I was happy not to be the only one to make the most of it! Indeed, those roads were full of bicycles, roller blades and skate boards users. It was so nice!

My friends here told me about a new bakery that opened right next to the park, so I ended up there to do my shopping for a picnic in the park!

It is a French bakery called “Metissage” that offers a wide range of my favourite pastries and breads! I was so excited! Their brioche is SO DELISH, you would ride your bike for an hour to have some too!

I found a good spot for my picnic blanket, with a view on the Andes and Santiago skyline. The highest tower, the Costanera Center, is now open and hosts a gigantic shopping centre!

Autumn is colourful and sunny here in Chile!

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I hope you had a great sunday too!

Clem xx

 

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