Apart Hotel Terrazas del Sol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and sisters that, presumably, could still not imagine placing their paper thin soles on the brilliantly shiny tiles of these bastions of consumer joy.
Misplaced empathy? Likely.
Lest I forget, our purpose here is to provide that bridge from grinding poverty to ...
... Society, the sweet sounds of children singing wafted through the open windows.
The buses fascinate me. There are so many people that ride them. Very often on our morning ride we see the same man carrying a small daughter riding to drop her to day care and then to go to work. I see a countless number of women, holding small children in arms and trying to hold on to their other children in order to grab the bus. ...
... 160;The teen boys have somewhat wild hair, but the girls and women have long hair. The teen boys like my hair and I kind of scare everyone else. The president let us settle in a bit and allow us to rest for a while. He picked us up later for a tour of the church sites, like the mission office and the chapel. He has brought in organization to the mission process. He is a businessman from Argentina. He has kept the same budget, but has been able ...
... we stayed there we visited the main attraction - the famous Jesuit ruins. That's right, we actively chose to travel 1 hour on a hot sticky bus in the hottest country in the world (will speak of the heat in a bit) to look at some ruins. Ruins of a small church and some houses to be specific. We paid for this 'pleasure'! It would be nice now if we could say how interesting they were, if we could say that we now have a new vested interest into the history ...
... takes up most of the space and you sit on old bar stools while you eat. It was quite busy the first time we went, and our chairs were opposite the pass into the kitchen. We watched the chefs as we ate - although they thought they were the worst chairs we definitely thought they were the best! The place is steamy, classic and delicious.
Something else that we noticed was the architecture - beautiful, old colonial buildings. Coming from Brazil, where a lot ...