Here’s an underground baños in downtown Santiago, it cost 450 pesos to get in (about 90 cents) and it turned out to be the cleanest & best maintained underground facility I’ve seen! While I was down there I saw a super awkward Larry David moment where a guy in a wheelchair was impatiently waiting for an able-bodied man to finish in the handicapped washroom.
I don’t quite remember how I heard about Los Vikingos to begin with, but it was absolutely worth visiting this viking-themed restaurant in downtown Santiago, Chile. The hearty barbecued fare they serve can only be beat by the Old Norse decor strewn all around the building, including this incredible restroom:
Just look at these signs on the toilet door:
It doesn’t get much more Scandinavian than this
The baños at the very remote Colina hot springs in the Chilean Andes
And here’s the springs themselves, they got progressively cooler the further down you went:
A rocky baños along the trail that leads down Santiago’s metropolitan park
The mens room at The Cat In The Window, a divebar in Valparaíso, Chile
Valparaiso is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but did you know it also has its very own World Heritage toilet monument?
A friendly insight to the plumbing at Hotel Boutique Cirilo Armstrong in Valparaíso, Chile.
Quite the contrast from what I was advised at Quito airport a few days beforehand.
Came across this poor soul while walking the steep, windy streets of Valparaíso, Chile: