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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... pristine landscaping, etc. As for the W Hotel - it was exactly what you would expect. Over the top, uber modern, expensive and a mecca for business travelers. We were thrilled to look past all that as long as we could enjoy a rooftop bar. Unfortunately, it CLOSED a year ago. Since we'd made the trek and it was late we weren't in the mood to figure out an alternative so we sucked it up and wrapped up our evening at their other bar. So, as we complete our ...
We began our stay here with the salt flats tour out of San Pedro in northern Chile. A 45 minute bus ride took us to the Bolivian border, or rather, gate. It was just a gate with a stop sign on it and a mudhut with a disaffected border official. Seriously, I have had more difficulty crossing my t's. A quick breaky and the three day tour began.
Our first two days of the tour had us traversing the Andes at extreme altitude, admiring the plethora of various ...
... gave up and, with the help of a friend here, pulled out the drive and wiped it. I am content enough with the process, as I now have a functional computer, however, my computer is now running on Windows 8.1 Spanish. I have been a strong supporter of Windows 8 for a while now, in spite of its downfalls, but I am not so sure I like 8.1. I have not used it much yet, but a source of common frustration is that they integrated Bing into the start menu search engine, which means if ...
... lovely tasting, Giorgio took us down to the vines to show us the grapes. Here we saw how baked the ground was with large stones reminiscent of the Southern Rhône. There was a real hot fragrance in the vines which was lovely.
After this we headed back down the valley for lunch at Los Hornitos del Molle. A pleasant restaurant at a local spa hotel. Here our guide said he knew the waitress (who later declared she had never ...
... valueless purse and left Neddy’s camera behind! Also luckily, once we explained the situation to the cinema attendants, they let us see the film without tickets later in the evening (allowing us time to report the crime to the police – not that we had a hope of retrieving anything, just for insurance purposes!)