Dei Templi Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Then it was delayed by another hour because of an issue with one of the overhead bins. Once all the issues were worked out, I received my seat assignment and it was time for my flight! After a quick boarding process, the plane pushed back and we were airbourne at 11:40pm. I had the meal, and went to sleep. Lucky for me, I can sleep easily on planes, even in coach. I ended up waking up about 1 hour before the flight landed. We touched down about 11:50am local time. ...
... tried to help us. The help desk informed us that what she was trying to say was that you can buy the bus ticket here, but you can only catch the bus at the next terminal. Man, we would have never figured that out. Anyway we bought our tickets to Valparaiso and to Mendoza, rushed with our backpacks to get to the actual bus station. We made it with 15 mins to spare #winning. We rode with TUR BUS on what was a comfortable 2 hour ride (leaving at 12) to Valparaiso. ...
... to get all the flavours then spat it out once done. Seems a really waste of wine but that's how professional do it and we wanted to do it properly. We then taste the wine by drinking it normally and it sure does taste a lot different. With our meal we were allowed one bottle of wine so we opted for the white one as it was really good. 1st up we made a Salsa called Pebre which would be the 1st course, this is served in all Chilean restaurants with bread before ...
... is the significance you ask, well for that we have to go back to a time when Welita and Welito were not welitos but just Irma & Manuel, the Gonzales lived in Pena Blanca and Manuel was illapel’s Mr Fix-It. He was like a Chilean Da Vinci, Manuel de Vincito. Illapel being 6 hours from Pena Blanca would require Manuel to stay for extended periods and go from campo to campo to make machines that once worked work again. He would at times ...
... at one point we turned a corner and we were worried that we could be on someone's property without realising it! So we took a few photos and swiftly nipped back down the slope! That was pretty much all we did today. The weather was lovely and our hostel is such a beautiful place. It reminds of Sunday lunches at my nannys house from years ago, it had that same feel ...