Hotel Eurotel Providencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... his plans. In 1973 there was a military coup d'état in which he was killed but not before he gave a very moving speech vowing never to give up. Following this Chile was ruled by the military and many people were killed who showed support for Allende's policies. 3) OUR FAVE!!! Coffee with legs. This concept is genius and bizarre at the same time! Because Chile do not produce coffee people tend to drink tea more often than not. If you ...
... our problems weren't over yet. In the drama and confusion in Puerto Varas, they'd checked his luggage but failed to give him a claim tag. He was told to wait until everything had been claimed, and then try. They didn't want to even give him his bag then, claiming liability issues. He was willing to describe the contents in specific pockets, but they didn't want to hear it. They essentially lectured him for their mistake. Finally, after more angry yelling, he grabbed his bag, yelled ...
... Brazil... a jovial, festive bunch .. then there were the young guys from upstate New York studying (and partying) abroad for a semester, a nice young gal from Australia, a couple from Russia, and others from Germany, Switzerland, Holland, France, etc. Judy and Peter from Germany were really interesting and will probably be meeting later in the ...
... is reminiscent of Tuscany or even Southern Ireland. The Quest anchored in the bay off Castro and we took a tender into the pier. The town of Castro has a number of interesting features. The first that we encountered was a sharp steep hill, Val wanted to take the 'free' bus and I wanted to walk. Soon I wished we had taken the bus, as Val was puffing and getting grumpier and grumpier as we made the climb. It was in the low twenties C and the sun was quite strong whenever it came ...
Alison: We arrived in Santiago on the bus and navigated to our accommodation via the subway. We had managed to find a really nice centrally located apartment to stay in which was fully equipped, had a gym and pool, and was very cheap! It was a modern split level apartment and I'm not sure why it was so cheap but we were glad to find this little gem. It was just what we needed to recharge our batteries. We instantly really liked Santiago, ...