Apart Hotel Neruda
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... program. Students from University South Carolina doing an International Business degree are required to study abroad for one semester. We stopped at Indomita winery for lunch. A 30 minute exercise for me and my USA fellow traveller, but a 2 hour exercise for the Spanish brigade who indulged in 3 courses including wine. Wine is amazingly cheap in Santiago - a glass costing as ...
... out before meeting Thomas. When it came to 3:20 I went back to the hostel and met him there and then we both went down to the bar together, strolling through town and chatting all along the way. When we got to the bar I felt pretty vulnerable as everyone was drinking and yelling in Spanish but I quickly settled in and watched the game without any worries. Barcelona played a very dominant game and ended up winning the match 3-1. Julia ...
... have shared 5 1/2 hours with him and I hoped to never see him again. (Seriously what an ass.)
The day in Miami was actually quite lovely (how can you go wrong with a spa day??), but then came the eternal wait at the airport. Yep. My lovely 7:30 p.m. flight to Santiago was delayed for an hour, then the plane was pulled out of service, then we had to changed terminals, then we had to wait for two more hours and then I got stuck behind a group of six people ...
... started to go down the mountain by following the 27 curves in total. At the bus terminal we met a Chilean family which brought us to the hostel "So be". Here they invited us as well for a lunch the next day. We were again suprised by this as we just met each other but we just said "yes" as it feels well. After checking in our hostel we did a little tour in the colonial part Barrio Yungay y Brasil and ...
... for a few weeks and were now on their way home.
There were many Lapis Lazuli factories and shops in the area and also the Chile Universidad but everything was closed for New Year. There were very few venues open, obviously they still value their public holidays. We continued back across the river to the central city area. We walked towards another hill to see the Santa Lucia Hill and it's waterfalls and monuments, a really lovely ...