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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... And then pulls over and picks up another, then turns off the main road and is taking these back roads. Eventually we get close to where our hostel was and hop out. So apparently some taxis are regular taxis and others are like a collectivo that runs along the bus line. We got in a collectivo taxi. It was a lot cheaper than the other taxi but very squished. We've also heard there's penguins around here and when we were down by the water there was ...
... ohne einen Kratzer bis hierher geschafft hatten. Aber mit der Verlängerung unseres Mietvertrages hatten wir unser Glück wohl etwas überstrapaziert.
In einer Kurve verlor das Auto den Gripp und kam von der Straße ab – normalerweise kein Problem, denn hier gibt es ja keine Bäume weit und breit und das Land ist durchgehend flach. Aber genau in dieser Kurve gab es eine kleine Erhöhung aus Schotter am Straßenrand, auf dem unser Auto aufsetzte, dabei ein Teil seiner Nase verlor ...
... satellite device hooked up to my tablet, with detailed maps downloaded. I learned in the first morning from Tolhuin that a road on both my maps may not be a road at all. I do not claim any experience of South American ripio (gravel road) and it showed. I wanted a small ripio road and found it quickly. But it was gated, although only with wire hooks to secure it. As I was (I thought) sure it was the right road, I went ahead. I quickly had to ford a river, which I did. And then ...
... spot on the bow. OMG it was freezing even though we were wearing thermal long johns and underwear, skivies, fleecy tops and gor-tex jackets, a scarf and gloves. Needless to say we didn't last long and continued to look out the window for the next few hours. After lunch we ventured out for a few hours and it was pleasant with the sun at last breaking through. Lots of whales, penguins and spectacular scenery as we reached King ...
... counter seemed ready and willing to help us out. In fact, although she was definitely Chilean, it was some of the best customer service I´ve received after 3 and a half years in this country. There were no “no se puede” or “imposibles”, and instead Jacqui Gonzalez spoke to me as an equal in Spanish, smiled, was accommodating, and gladly accepted our money. You may be thinking this is something you would expect from all customer ...