Hotel Diego de Almagro Centro
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... mountain in Santiago - San Cristobel. Beautiful statue at the top and I placed a candle for papa up there. Tomorrow we fly to a city called Calama and, from there we drive to a small town called San Pedro de Atacama. This town is our base for six days while we explore the Atacama Desert. The driest place in the world and the world's highest desert ...
... as if to say “oh how lovely he is.” Danielle says I am greeted like a superstar. Certainly on that first day at Emprender Elementary School, the boys thought I was a pro athlete…a basketball player since I was so tall to them….from Brazil! So they were clamoring. They were shocked that I was not from Brazil. So they then thought I must be from Columbia or Peru of course! Some even came up asking for my autograph. I was being ...
... on a wooden slab but it did the job. I knew comfort was going out the window with this trip. Thurs/Fri/Sat - 22/23/24 These few days are all about sight seeing in the old city part. I had downloaded a Walking tour app that was pretty good and this had a number of different types of tours from main sights, to church tour and museum tour. I kinda combined them all into one cause they over lapped a lot so no point back tracking on myself. So it's about ...
... the pass that consists of 29 switchbacks down the side of the mountain. We tried to take pictures, but the steamy windows of the bus did their best to discourage any good photos. We heard the bus ride was epic, so we did the day bus and were glad we did. It truly was a breathtaking ride with some narly, rocky mountains.
We finally arrived in Santiago a little while later at the chaotic and busy bus terminal. We quickly made our way to ...
... Like a well plucked apple
The bars and dining room, invite a visitor
To sit and converse
Stairs and hidden doors
Summer bars and reading rooms
This is one house I would like to replicate
But in my own way
An interesting man Pablo Neruda was
One of fine tastes and huge collections
(a reminder of ...