- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Our desire has been to encourage Christians where ever we find them. And we found out that a friend that we knew in 2003 in Argentina and her husband, as well as her brother, are in San Luis beginning a work for God. (San Luis is 11 hours from Buenos Aires, on the way to Santiago, Chile.) So we made a stopover to encourage them and to have a Bible study. It was a great time of encouragement for all of ...
... okay, center is a stretch considering it is only 4 blocks long), there is a shrine in the middle of the road. It is Baby Jesus, looking like a short adult with blonde hair, golden halo, pink robe and bare feet (perfect pedicure) standing with arms outstretched – rosaries dangling from his perfect piggy fingers. No biggie – there are lots of saints on the side of the road around here – but this one is in a gl*************s in the top allow ...
... or not you have any treats for them, they walk with you as if they have been part of your life for 10 years. They look at you with big, needy, brown eyes. Some you pet, others you don’t want to really touch, but they are your “pinchy perros” just the same.
The first night we were here our assigned dog was a cute boxer with a crooked smile. She had obviously had a couple of litters of puppies and a round dark face ...
What to do at a bus station (First in a series)
After an ungodly wait at the bus station in Merlo, where we couldn't get off the bus, we finally pulled out, on our way again to San Luis. Four hours later we pulled into San Luis.
An hour later and many attempts at finding a bus to Balde, we were still in San Luis. An hour after that we were booked into a hotel in San Luis. And there you have it.
The upside of traveling without ...
... little town nestled in the hills, and while I am sure it is gorgeous at times in the year, it was just as wet, and even colder, than San Luis. I was wandering around miserably looking for somewhere that had a bathroom and food, and was completely miserable. All of a sudden, like a mirage in the desert I saw a sign saying "Churros." It was perfect timing, because I had just lost feeling in ...