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... for at least 10 trains before we could squeeze on. Luckily we had asked a lady who spoke english to confirm we were at the right platform for our train, as we had to make sure we only took the trains with the red lights on the side as the others were express trains. Their definition of rush hour finishes at 8:00pm.
By the time we got home we were exhausted from our day so had an early night.
... recently renovated and had a beautiful tasting set up in the basement wine cellar. It was a very elegant, big family style tasting with one of the wine sommeliers explaining the wines. The last stop was the gourmet lunch and food/wine pairing at a winery and a tour of their vineyards. By this time, the husband of the older couple was really enjoying himself. Drinking his wine, his wife's wine and asking for a third helping. The Buenos Aires guy was hiccuping non-stop ...
... more people trying to get on. After a rubbish sleep on the bus a quick siesta is in order when we arrive at our hostel. Check in isnt til midday but they let us in at 8am even though they have no record of our booking. Turns out I booked for 29th of may instead of april. Doh! Luckily they are not busy.... Then its time to brave the big city. Walking down the road we bump into a group of greenpeace direct dialoguers. Amanda is in 7th heaven! We are greeted like long ...
... there was a potential 2 hour wait, a 30 second mini breakdown (nervous variety this time), an emergency 10 minute pull-yourself-together phone call to Mum, a realisation my phone only had 3% battery left, much more internal swearing, a long, dark and cold wait at the side of the road, a small jump for joy on finally seeing an orange van pull up behind me, a 30 second jump start, a further 20 minute drive to Aylesbury, a 5 minute slightly delirious (me, not her) ...
... that afternoon. Half an hour later, he came back. Turns out he'd booked his flight home from Santiago in The Dominican Republic, and was a few thousand miles away. Never mind, another night to party with us! Afterwards we went and explored Santiago a little bit, and found me a new camera, as predictably, I broke mine. Tonight, we're heading out for some similar food, and maybe a few drinks with our Ozzie mates. Speak soon Amigos! Joe, Rob and ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center