Tim and I were laughing yesterday as we realized how "Plazas de Armas" are getting a little old. Every town around here has a central square with a big church (Catholic, of course). Nonetheless, Santiago's cathedral is one of the most beautiful I have seen since we've been in South America. I think part of the beauty is just that it's a little different. We also visited some impressive history museums and had a shockingly scrumptious lunch at Blue Jar. I've never tasted such amazing Roast Beef Carpaccio.
Loved the morning from this window.
PS- A big huge thanks again to my dad for my camera. I was just remembering yesterday how much I love it when I could take decent photos without a flash inside a dark cathedral!