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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on the top. It was like gas or something really strong and awful!
The best part was going down the volcano. We got slipped by sitting down trough the snow. Really really cool! The guides were so awesome and i have to mention the best compliment i ever had in my life!! - I asked one of the guides to take a photo for me and he replied this "here in this area there is an angel that comes ...
... clean, with a TV hooked up to Direct TV, keeping us all entertained by Dance Moms, Keeping Up With the Kardashians and CNN for the first time in a year. This TV did its job of keeping our minds off of our current predicament. The cabaña had enough beds for the six of us, as well as a kitchen, though we had no provisions, and the supermarket was back down in the village, four kilometers away. Of course, however, our ridiculously helpful friend, Juan Pablo, drove Franz and me back ...
... us back to Santiago by April 25. From Santiago, our plan is to continue our South American journey through Uruguay, Brazil and Paraguay by way of public transportation. At the moment, we are all giddy at the prospect of having a "home" for the next six weeks, with the same bed each night and without needing to pack up and move every few days.
Despite the volcanic landscape and all of its associated geothermal energy, strangely, Pucón reminds me of home, with ...
... Cursing every ounce of items I had put in my pack, and glaring up at the people who had chosen the chairlift, I powered forward following in the steps of a guy who had music playing from his phone. If I fell back too far I couldn't hear the music and lost motivation, so I kept a close march behind him. As it turned out in the end, that initial climb without switchback would ...
... the surrounding area and other volcanoes. And the volcano! You could see smoke coming out, every now and then ash would poof up. When we walked along the crater, the smell of sulfur dioxide was overwhelming, and you could hear the volcano rumbling (like thunder). And then the fun part of luge-ing down on my butt. So about 1400m, down the side of the volcanoes ...