San Ignacio Suite Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... st step in classroom management. (Come on here job interview answer! lol)
Overall, the students are really nice. I already love them. Their classroom behavior is terrible by my standards, but they are so nice (most of them). They told us in orientation that we will be treated like a rock star at our schools and I didn’t believe them. Lo and behold, as I was making my rounds in the 9th ...
... The flight of course was mainly Spanish speaking. About 5 and a half hours and very boring flight as only the odd tv screen from the roof and they showed Hugo in English. It's not a great film either. Had booked a pickup from the airport to the hotel, so got there by 11pm. So when I hit the bed, it all finally caught up with me and slept right through to 1pm the next day. That sleep was badly needed! The hotel is basic and the bed is rock hard. A very ...
... and mixed in with the large office towers giving a strange mix of old versus new, as Military guards mix with suit wearing business men.
We also made our way up the funicular or cable car to the peak of Cerro San Cristobal just behind our Bellavista. The cable car was neat and lends way to a nice overlooking view of the city. The smog here is quite bad, but you can still make out the surrounding mountain peaks bordering the city. ...
... of suggestions intended to make sure we going to make the most of our stay in Santiago. He also strongly suggested that we retreat to the safety of our apartment by early afternoon the next day because there was a "riot" scheduled right in our neighbourhood. I think he meant to say "protest" but apparently, in Chile, they are pretty much the same thing. We did as told, and after a morning of aimless wandering through Santiago Centro, we bolted the doors shut- ...
... It took us over an hour and a half to get this accomplished. We started in a long line just to get into the customs office. We first visited window #1, then window #2 then window #3 where two different people went over our papers. We then had to have the car inspected for fruit and vegetables. From there we had another stop so that our rental car papers could be looked at for about the ...