- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Temuco
... were all on “0”. As we zigged down into the gravel bordering the road and zagged around slower micros, all we could do was laugh and fear for our lives.
- The most disgusting food award goes to… cochayuyo! Don’t let the long, slimy, rubbery exterior of this seaweed fool you folks, it takes like… a long piece of rubber coated in slimy salty ocean.
- If someone offers you “carcass ...
... tro, un pigeon me chie sur la tête...
J'aimerais pouvoir dire que ce n'était rien du tout, que c'est parti avec un mouchoir, mais non! C'était un champion du monde du dégazage sauvage, un coliqueux de compétition nourri aux prunes, un adepte des propulsions alternatives qui devait se retenir depuis deux semaines. Non seulement il m'a fait un shampoing de hippie, mais en plus l'éclaboussage a tartiné mes deux sacs-à-dos, et jusqu'aux vêtements de Daniela! Fin ...
... find the hostel district. Stopped randomly at a rentalcar place and asked for tarifas then asked for the guia telefonica (the other girl "why?" the nice girl" I don't know, they asked for it" I said "si no te molesta" and started writing nubmers of hostales. I told her we were looking for hostales because tourist info was cerrado and she took a book with a list of hotels and recommended one. On our way there we found a better place and booked in. As we were walking around ...
... which I think was her plan all along)…and to be fed amazing fresh produce and deep fried picarones (squash donuts) for six hours. This all happened in day one of my ISP and as I drifted off to sleep that night watching Martin Rivas, the worst most dramatic Chilean soap opera of all time, I thought “I love research in Chile. This is incredible!”
12 hours later that changed completely to completely frustrating as I embarked on the first ...
... a free head of lettuce for reasons I still don´t understand, got a king´s ransom (I´d say at least 20 bucks) in cherries for nothing, and bought some streetside sopapillas (here, they´re rich fried dough served with hot sauce, bearing no resemblance to their mexican cousins) for about a nickel a piece. All this cheap bliss quickly disappears when you eat in a restaurant, however. A small order of ...