Hostal Rio Amazonas Barrio Brasil
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Ventured into the city via the metro which is very cheap and easy to navigate. Went to the Plaza de Armas only to find it under reconstruction. We then wandered around the central markets .Gary loves the fish markets, I don't! Can't stand the smell.
Walked to Barrio Lastarria and had a coffee at a quiet cafe near a modern art gallery which we ended having a quick look around as it was very small and also under going refurbishment . There were ...
... lots of `street art` (aka graffiti). Like Santiago there is a real mix of architectural styles as buildings are frequently damaged by earthquakes and usually rebuilt in whatever style is popular at that time.
For lunch I had a sea food enchilada which was quite nice and contained a surprise - a black olive. Unfortunately the olive contained a stone which has a very bad effect on one of my teeth. I lost ...
4 hour walking tour around the city taking in, plaza de armas. And lots more. History and politics the whole way round. Amazing guide Philippe. Lunch with some fellow travelers with kunstmann beer. Then back for a nap Then out to dinner. More kunstmann ...
... are held to get an authentic and accurate translation using local terms and common expressions as the languages evolve and change over time.
Jehovah's Witnesses have been present in Chile since the 1930's and since then, have grown to a peak of 74 708 publishers in 884 congregations. They had a memorial attendance of 172 849 so you can only imagine how much potential and interested ones are still being found.
One special privilege was having a "Branch" tour, ...