Luz Azul Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... else had brought cases and bags!
I asked the attendant why I did not have a business class seat? He dismissed me and said too late now. I said I had booked 3 months in advance and was at the airport 3 hours eraly!!
He said there is no room.
There I was against the widow with my bag under my feet when the last 2 passengers park next to me - a woman and a man who looked nearly dead - I noticed him earlier ...
... hotel down the street, the names of the establishments here being so similar. A genteel, homeless man who, if I understood correctly, lives outside of this lovely hotel on an antique white bench instantly jumped up and offered to help me with my suitcase to my correct lodgings. I felt obliged to let him, giving him a few hundred pesos for the trouble and murmuring how I hoped he would stay safe on the street. Once checked in, I saw that the place was already buzzing with ...
... and each district is distinctive.Santiago, also boasts the tallest building in South America. We, then went down to the cathedral,where there was a service going on,the cathedral was beautiful and well worth seeing. Next we went to a large restaurant,where we had Pisco sour, soup,salmon and rice, a slice of cake with meringue on top,plus some lovely Chilean wine. After lunch, we ...
... for Rio de Janeiro. Another hot sunny day in Santiago as we departed for our 13:00 flight. All went more or less to schedule and we were crossing the majestic Andes at 13:30. The sky was clear and the views were absolutely outstanding. Interestingly the seat belt sign stayed on for more than 30 minutes because of concern that there could be significant air turbulence as we crossed the high peaks. All was fine and uneventful and we arrived in Rio at 18:00. Marco and his wife ...
... pristine landscaping, etc. As for the W Hotel - it was exactly what you would expect. Over the top, uber modern, expensive and a mecca for business travelers. We were thrilled to look past all that as long as we could enjoy a rooftop bar. Unfortunately, it CLOSED a year ago. Since we'd made the trek and it was late we weren't in the mood to figure out an alternative so we sucked it up and wrapped up our evening at their other bar. So, as we complete our ...