Holiday Inn Express El Golf, Santiago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Back again at the modern international airport of Buenos Aires, a good half hour's taxi ride from the city. Norah wasn't feeling much better and struggled through check-in and emigration with frequent 'bano' visits.
There was comfortably more room on the LAN Boeing 767 and as we took off in the dull Argentina morning we were immediately in …
We head back to Santiago by bus from Mendoza. Our bus leaves at 10am and is scheduled to return by 4pm, 5 hours before our 9pm flight to Toronto. Unfortunately, we spend 4 hours at customs and miss our flight home.
Et les aventures commencent...arrivé au comptoir AVIS pour récupérer notre super Big pickup, en les avisant qu'on traverse en Argentine, on nous regarde avec un air catastrophé en nous disant que ça prends 10jrs pour remplir les papiers nécessaires qui nous permettrait de traverser la frontière avec le pickup!!! …
... such as: 'Rock my wind', 'Minimal Live', 'On Tour Right Now' and his personal favourite 'Who's Cool Now?'. Imagine turning up to a party bearing the question, 'Who's cool now?'. Not you sunshine, not you. Even the Spanish slogans were rubbish, for example 'Celebrate, you look good!'. Not wearing that monstruosity I don't.
Long story short, Harry didn't buy any clothing today.
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The occasional cities and towns of houses stacked on houses are the only thing that breaks up the homogenous stretch of coastline. Iquique is made up of brown sand, small tin-roofed houses stacked one on top of the other, and industrial works and what look like mines lining the outskirts. Everything seems to be vying for space as close to the ocean as possible. ...