Director Suites Hotel - El Golf
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... door as well as a noisy dog who lives next door...so relaxing was hard! The first day we crashed out. Crossing the international date line really hit us. It's like we are time travellers. We left Auckland at 4.30pm and got to Chile at 10am the same day!! When we got up eventually we went for a walk and got some dinner. That night we did not sleep well as our bodies were confused about the time. We ended up at 4am watching the Kardashians ...
... smelly. But it was great - and right now you can smash a kilo of sweet strawberries for about $3. Earthquakes explain how there is little consistency to buildings. Things get damaged, they get rebuilt, they change, or they stay half buggered. Buildings are often made shabby by this damage. And architecture is a free for all. Finally, we went to the general cemetery and saw how animist beliefs, blending Catholicism and Native ...
... we could at least continue to sit together, and began to hatch a plan. We would try to swap tickets with somebody, and I would forfeit my nice seat. At this point, I valued traveling together over first class. At Osorno, the attendant came to get me and told me to get off, and that my bus was waiting. Lucas tried to bargain with him, to no avail. He was completely uninterested and acted as if Lucas was speaking Chinese. We both got off the bus, and Lucas yelled more, stating that I ...
... and the captain was continuously sounding the foghorn. There was nothing to be seen and it was a cool 14C. There was a big lunch arranged with as good an array of hot and cold food as could be found anywhere. It was termed the Galley Market and was a chance to parade all the capabilities of the kitchens and acknowledge the contributions of all the kitchen and service crews. I have included pIctures of the cold food presentation and there were equally impressive hot ...
... bought what were obviously delicious empanadas. Sadly I didn't try one as it was between meals! We ended our tour sampling an 'earthquake' in a local hostelry. A mixture of rum, lemonade,pineapple ice cream and grenadine. Very sweet and therefore often drunk fast hence the name as ones feet apparently do feel the earth shake after just one! I dined in 'posh' restaurant and enjoyed the ambience and food. The next morning I breakfasted with three delightful ...