Conde Ansurez Hotel
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... ces accords, et parce qu'ils se trouvent face á un président plus disposé que ses prédécesseurs à écouter les revendications, que les émissaires de la guérilla obtiennent des avancées jamais obtenues en 50 ans de conflit.
Ce sera peut-être le cas de la réforme agraire dont l'objectif est d'en finir avec l'héritage des latifundis et rendre la terre à de nombreuses familles spoliées ou déplacées.
Il est malheureusement possible que les ...
... bike tours of vineyards. I fell in love with Argentina and am so excited to go back soon, as we will be heading off to Buenos Aires this coming Friday the 26th (and spending Halloween, or the holiday better known as Grandma Hamlow’s Bday, there).
This past weekend we visited and ate a yummy lunch in a beautiful area just outside of Santiago called Cajón del Maipo. One perk of having a 4-person program is that we all fit ...
... rica Latina (aka Cono Sur): this is the class that we have to take with the Wash U program and the one that we had to do our major culture project for (which we finished, by the way, about 15 pages each and an hour presentation later). With a class of only the four WashU students, it puts a little more pressure on us to read and prepare because Grinor Rojo (our incredibly intelligent and famous literature expert of a professor) knows if we don't. I ...
... simplesmente incrível! Desci algumas vezes algumas pistas diferentes, mas me mantendo na pista mais fácil, claro. A habilidade era tanta que no único trecho em que a pista de iniciantes se junta com uma pista intermediária tomei um tombaço que me rendeu um joelho doendo por algumas semanas, mas mesmo assim, esquiar é bom pra caralho! E caro também...
Voltamos no fim do dia, eu completamente quebrado e queimado do sol, e fomos ao longo das ...
... could calm our stomachs or soothe our aching heads. The three of us spent the entire day in bed while poor Brit, our nurse, took care of us and explored Cusco a bit on her own as we tried to sleep it off. The next day we had planned to travel by bus to Puno, the town by lake Titicaca (are you still two years old?) that just happens to have an altitude which is higher than that of Cusco. Feeling as horrible as I was feeling, I did not have much of a desire to climb ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking