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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... before, during and after the school day. An absolutely delightful gentleman who was helping his son run the shop and he became both a language mentor and friend. And while it was a little sad parting ways, we are excited to hit the road on Sunday for the 'Cajón del Maipo'. Santiago has been great, but getting out and up into the mountains will be refreshing. ...
... the signs in there are the same style as the Kings Park signs. The river in Santiago has nothing on Swan River though - very muddy and fast flowing! Santiago does have something special to offer that Perth doesn't have though...the snow capped mountains of the Andes can be seen in the background. The view is amazing! We started off our visit to Santiago with our usual routine and went on the free city walking tour. The tour started off in the ...
... t feel too bad just sitting in the sun in the afternoon! Well that is the end of what has been an unforgettable journey around a small portion of South America. I have loved all of it - seen the snow and the sun, met some interesting and fun people along the way, seen the most beautiful places ever and corrected a few misconceptions I held. It's been far safer than I had thought it would be, I didn't see or do any drugs(!!), and the landscapes have been out of this world; I didn't ...
... enough to have a delicious lunch at a restaurant designed like an indoor market and to go to Topshop to pick up a pair of jeans (Jemima had developed a large hole in the leg of her jeans!)
We checked out of our room at about 4pm but stayed in the hotel as our car did not pick us up till 8 45! We headed back to the gym and pool, and had a dinner of sushi and steak sandwiches at the ...
... for the pub crawl and forced him to come out. We started to get quite ****** at the first pub. 1.5 hrs of free beer for a German an Aussie bloke is a brave offer. Over these beers, he started to open up and tell me his story. Last October he quit his job and was due to travel early this year. He was a chef, but not just any chef. The private chef for Michael Schumacher. After the ski accident in December that left Schumacher in a coma, Florian didn't have the heart to ...