Friday, February 24, 2017

Costanera Center, Gran Torre Santiago

I wanted to see a bit of the new city, and so we chose the nearly brand new Costanera Center, in Providencia barrio. It's nearly 1,000 feet tall Gran Torre Santiago is the tallest building in South America, and the shopping center, which occupies the first 6-7 floors, is also South America's largest. Plus it contained the Hard Rock Cafe. Who could resist?
Thus; someone else's photo

Mine, from the ground up

Associated buildings

We did not ride up to the top for the view; Chile
is the most earth-quake-prone of all countries...

Among the escalators

There is not simply a food court, but rather a food floor; here
I am panning around half of it

Other half

Among the more interesting restaurants

Not sushi; although there were several other sushi places

More panning

Crepes and Nutella

"Keep calm and eat crepes"

Cheap seats

Escalator to 7th floor cine plex

Every retail and food franchise known; and in English, too

Auto showroom in basement

1 comment:

Tawana said...

Ahhh. Nutella and banana crepes! Nice to know you can get them outside of Paris!