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[[margin, red pencil, written vertically]] Santiago Chile [[/margin, red pencil, written vertically]]
little room in the Savoy [[red underline]] Hotel [[/red underline]] which thus far is the most attractive and cleanest looking of [[red underline]] all hotels I ever was in in any of these Latin American Counties. [[/red underline]] My window opens wide over the roofs and is almost as wide as the room 
itself. In the distance I see the [[red highlight]] snow-capped Andes [[/red highlight]] What a relief from that 
stuffy, [[red underline]] dark, ill ventilated inside room they gave me [/red underline]] in Valparaiso.
An excellent lunch well served, then went out walking and after I was tired took a horse carriage to drive slowly around 
the town. He general appearance of [[red underline]] cleanliness [[/red underline]]
and [[red underline]] well kept city persists [[/red underline]]
All stores are closed on account of [[red underline]] Sunday [[/red underline]] and
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I notice very few people in the street: Where are they? In the Park too there were [strikethrough]] very [[/strikethough]] rather few people.
Feb 23. The sun shines in my little room and temperature [[red underline]] is 80 [[degree symbol]] F but the air is dry [[/red underline]] and it is not incomfortable. [[red underline]] No white suits [[/red underline]]. Most people are
dress as they are in summer in the colder northern climates as for instance Paris.
There is an excellent restaurant here called [[red underline]] Restaurant [[/red underline]] Santiago. I am told that the lobsters [[red underline]] (Cangoito) [[/red underline]] I eat as well as other [[red underline]] seafood comes from [[/red underline]] the nearby [[red underline]] Island of Juan Fernanez.[[/red underline]] (Robinson Crusoe's Island) The streets to day are thronged
and the shops do a rushing business. Towards sunset went to [[red underline]] Santa Lucia Park. [[/red underline]] magnificent view over the snow.
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