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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Stairs / elevator
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... was a wealth of information about the Palace.
He initally explained to me the layout of the Palace, which was comprised of two square sections built around two open air courtyards connected by four porticos. The first portico was the front entrance, from which you entered into the “canon courtyard”. If you walked through the canon courtyard you would pass through a second portico into the second courtyard known as the “orange courtyard”. ...
... were really impressed with how cheap the produce was, tomatoes at $1, strawberries about the same, cherries a little dearer, as the season is ending, at $4 a kilo. The tour guide bought some strawberries and cherries for us to taste, both delicious. Our tour guides Carlos from Columbia and Victor from Canada were both excellent - and very passionate about the city. A couple of stops on the metro and we ...
It's Heather with an update from Santiago, Chile - the first stop in our South American adventure.
We left NJ on Wednesday January 7 and it was about 20 degrees (F) out. We were excited to see it was about 80 in Santiago. Charles' dad drove us to the airport and we arrived a good 90 minutes early. As we were approaching the security line, my stomach dropped. The pouch I use to carry our passports (and half our money) was not on me. It was in my father-in-law's ...
... of off world educational standards. Or then there is disappointing examples of school directors and teachers themselves – who are the ones charged with educating the citizens – claiming that they are somehow being treated unfairly because they should have the right to pick and choose which students they educate. But perhaps the absurd of all absurdity are the numerous examples of poor parents who are paying huge monthly sums and yet insisting that ...