Ciudad De Vitoria

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Santiago: The Old And The New.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... off for the residents to cycle and jog in which I think is an excellent way of keeping people fit and healthy and thousands and thousands take up this activity every Sunday.The North West bank of the river has an 18 hole golf course and this marks the cities Northern boundary.It is a green city as far as it can be in the dry climate which predominates,the river is lined with little thin strips of green park and many of the streets are tree lined making it rather pleasant to ...

Days 359 - 364: The Capitals of Peru and Chile

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... This proved to be the weirdest thing I've ever done. The first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth COFFEE SHOP we put our head into definitely didn't look like a coffee shop. After the 7th coffee shop we realised they were all the same, a coffee is just a coffee isn't it? Behind the blackened windows were neon lights, bar stools and the ladies who had string bikinis, although they were wearing them upside down and the bottom triangle on the g-string was smaller ...

Santiago

A travel blog entry by kingy2

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... snacks in the resort. On the way back down Victor points out many shrines to people who have decided to hire a car and do the trip on their own but have ended up coming off the road. This road really twists and turns like a twisty turney thing. We tell Victor we are off to Argentina tomorrow and he says he's sorry to hear that, he asks why if there are hundreds of countries to choose from would we pick to go to argentina. We tell him it's to fly home ...

Day 62: Last Plant Visit of Trip!

A travel blog entry by msj322

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... next to the old Pan-American Highway. The falls consist of four horseshoe shaped falls. The tallest (115 feet) is the easternmost fall, but the western falls are 65 feet tall. Total width of all four falls - approximately 1,500 feet. Surprisingly, there was no cost to enter, and you could walk right up to the base of the falls. There was no security or regulations that you may see in the U.S. During the ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by tsundy

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... made our way towards Cerro San Cristobal. After a struggling with espanol we got some help from the information centre at the bottom of the hill - Plaza Caupolican. First we caught the ascensor up to Terraza Bellavista. The view was stunning! For a city covered in smog it was just beautiful seeing the expanse of city and the smog-obscured mountains in the background. We then walk the lovely pebbled pathways to the summit, to the Virgen de la Immaculada Concepcion. Breathtaking ...

     

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