Hotel Los Andes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was canonized) and was really inspired by The Little Way. Shortly after entering the convent when she was 19, she became sick with typhus. Because of this she was allowed to make her religious vows early. She died just 5 days after making her vows. Her body is under the sanctuary of the Church. I always love going to mass in different countries, because itt really shows the universal nature of the Catholic Church.
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Before the tour and tasting we were treated to a fabulous lunch outside with the vines stretching out in front of us. With dinner we had a selection of their premium Max Reserva range starting with their punchy Sauvignon Blanc 2013 matched with smoked salmon followed by their Carménère 2010 with good fruit ad acidity but rather simple (this was matched with lamb) and finishing with a late harvest Sauvignon Blanc with ...
... went on until 5am. It was a good chance to try to improve a bit on our Spanish as some of the other guests couldn't speak English and somehow with our few words and lot of actions we got by! We spent a few days there visiting other parts of the island, sampling the famous seafood in a dish called curanto (amazing!) and having another group BBQ but then we had to move on, not least to catch up on sleep! We really enjoyed the ...
... Since we could no cross until after 8pm, we headed down to Santiago and spent the afternoon there. Ethan met up with a friend to go longboarding and Marie and I went to do a little window-shopping.
We picked up Ethan again about 8pm, had dinner and headed for the boarder again, arriving there just after midnight. The integrated immigration facility on the Argentine side is about 23 km from the border down the valley on the way to Mendoza. As ...
... popular. It is also possible to camp in the park, at the bottom, but not sure if there was a fee associated with that. Cost 2,500 pesos entrance Getting There: The easiest way of getting there seems to be to take the Metro to Limache and then take a bus from there, you will need to check on schedules though as while the metro goes regularly the bus does not. It takes 90 minutes roughly. Cost 800 pesos each way for the metro and 450 pesos for the bus each ...