Home Sweet Home-Mirador
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... uncommon of all of those experiences.
Last night I went to Chabad of Cusco for the first night’s Seder for Pesach, the ordered meal that celebrates the liberation of the ancient Israelites from slavery in Egypt. In that Exodus there were supposed to have been 600,000 Israelites who got out of Egypt. At this Seder there were 1000 Israelis who are backpacking through South America. Not exactly the same, but sort of in that direction, I suppose.
... But later that day....... What a day we've had today, and it hasn't even finished! We're just having a rest before we go out to dinner with our group. And what a lovely group it is is! All of the women are just lovely, and so are the fellows. Nice leisurely start today, meeting after breakfast at 8.30am. The bus picked us up down the road - the street is so narrow he's not supposed to stop here. First we went to the Convent ...
... mind. It was no accident that the man who first systematically formulated the separate modern rational self, Descartes, was also the man who first systematically formulated the mechanistic cosmos for the Copernican revolution. The basic a priori categories and premises of modern science, with its assumption of an independent external world that must be investigated by an autonomous human reason, with its insistence on impersonal mechanistic explanation, ...
... myself across the border. Atacama desert crossing - just amazing. What an awesome place. Once we got used to altitude, I was awed by the remoteness and vastness of the desert. Loved the mountains, volcanoes and all the lagoons/ steaming geysers, llamas, chinchillay-things, flamingos etc. stayed in the flamingo lodge at the shore of a lagoon and foot of a mountain! Wow! (Eco-loo. Google it. Then imagine the smell....in your bedroom!) Bolivian Salt flats - HUGE. ...
... the large flocks of pigeons gathering around my feet and flying past my nose; noisy groups of teenagers with bags of birdseed were the culprits. Taking a gentle stroll back the way I had come for half a block, I reached the grey archway of the Santa Catalina monastery, stone-carved nun checking out all new visitors on entering. Sitting on a bench seat before going in, I observed a smartly dressed man in a Panama hat, cheerfully directing exiting tourists towards an ...