Hotel Eurotel El Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... told if you have a dog follow you home late at night you will be safe. They will never let anything happen to you! They also seem very smart- crossing when there is a green man, and arriving at the right restaurant at exactly the right time to get the scraps left over! 2) Allende- the former President who tried to implement a policy of nationalisation of industry and collectivisation which came under massive scrutiny by people that did ...
... The night passed uneventfully, and I arrived in Santiago around 9:30 - thirty minutes late. I de-bussed and looked around. No Lucas. While I am perfectly capable of traveling by myself, I'd got used to having him translate, and started to think up a course of action. I realized that we'd actually delayed both buses quite a bit by nearly starting a riot, and bought some water and waited. Buses pulled up, but no Lucas. Finally at 10, he rocketed off a bus, pushing people over in his ...
Our two-week Spanish class came to a bittersweet end today. What a fabulous experience. The teachers and other students were all great, and between time spent in class, school trips and after-hour gatherings, we all became fast friends. People were from all over the world, ranging in age from early 20's (many of them) to late 50's. There were many ...
... each drink - could land a lad in trouble! SATURDAY 31st January The day a warm sun came out. We are now back North to Latitude 42. It's counter intuitive to those from the Northern Hemisphere that down here the further North you go the warmer it gets. We woke as we were coming through the channel into Castro, Chile. As we moved along we could see the protected bays are home to a large number of fish farms, salmon and oysters. We are now back into a land of green rolling hills and ...
... Sao Paulo then. Having knocked back some very cheap bottelo/liquer store beers I headed out with any else around to a nearby club around half 12/1 o'clock. I was told I wouldn't need ID and indeed didn't. I was however asked for it three times by three different bouncers and just told them all 'no'. Advantages of being 30 I guess. I ended up cutting out around 2, with the night bus lack of sleep catching me up and not really feeling the club anyway. ...