Atton Las Condes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... difficult to see); the human rights museum (a harrowing look into the time of Pinochet's 17 year dictatorship ending in 1990, and the many tortures and murders that were carried out during his reign); the London-Paris neighbourhood (built for a 'part of Europe in Chile', containing a building that served as a torture centre during Pinochet's reign - Londres 38); and saw artesanal markets. We had decided not to go skiing ...
... well as our daily tour guide. She devoted countless hours learning Spanish via Rosetta Stone before we left and Dual Lingo during our trip. She made it a daily goal for us to exercise, drink liters of water and provide us with healthy meals. Her insights on life would easily fill volumes and time after time she helped me become a better father and husband. Without her organization, persistence and drive to see what lies around every corner, we’d still ...
Sam woke me up for breakfast this morning as i was in the same hostel as him due to my bus dilemma last night. I had to find an alternative to the bus, because i am meeting jenny in Iguazu on the 3rd which doesn't give me much time at all if i want to see some of Paraguay first. After extensive looking the bet option seemed to be to fly to Buenos Aires and then take a bus from there. A return flight was cheaper than a one way so i ...
... on the Pan American Highway, to the Reserve, meanders through one of Chile's most significant wine growing regions, the Maule Valley. While driving through the vineyards, admiring the grape leaves which had already changed to their firey autumn colors, passing horses, dogs and chickens on the one lane roads, and enjoying the breeze, finally warm enough for the windows to be down, we sang at the tops of our lungs to any song in our collection that we had not become totally sick of ...
... have had on the city, and the country. Santiago is where the 1973 military coup took place and many of the human rights abuses which followed, but some argue Chile's economic strength stems from the free market reforms the regime introduced. Whatever your opinion, Santiago is a modern and forward-looking Latin American city and I'm personally gutted we won't be around for the arrival of the global phenomena that is One Direction in May. Phil and Mups ...