Hostal Rio Amazonas Barrio Brasil
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... and had deadlines to meet. Despite all our retail therapy at Bealls and the Ellenton outlets, we still had time for a quick stop in Grove City where we each got Eddie Bauer down coats for a song.
Another key motivator was a desire on both our parts to celebrate St. Patrick's day at our home pub, The Irish Harp. Clad in green tees, green wigs and funny hats, we had a blast,meeting a couple of our neighbours and some new young friends, Ruth and Steve who ...
... the 22nd. What is a Saloon class you ask? Well that was mystery to us too and we had paid a small fortune for it without really knowing if it was worth it. I was convinced it was going to be a let down, particularly as we were lead to the upper deck (usual cattle class level). Low and behold your lounge room lazy boys have been installed into the bus! We enjoyed a classic pop music video for the first two hours with myself and some like minded guys behind me reliving our ...
... and Andes that many people had told us about but we could barely see the ground due to the thick city smog.
The most incredible and emotional thing I have even seen, has got to be the Museo de la Memoralia y los Derechos Humanos. A museum dedicated to commemorate the victims of human rights violations during the civic-military regime led by Augusto Pinochet between 1973 and 1990. We were emotionally drained 2/3 of the way ...
... but we had the whole dorm to ourselves! Easy.
We knew we had to stay up as long as possible to avoid jet lag, so we stowed our things and headed straight into the city to explore. Santiago is not a pretty ...