Regal Pacific Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... y Toro with a discount.
The Inglesia de la Divina Provedincia is directly across the street from the info office. Since I do enjoy viewing churches when I travel, we headed across the street only to be disappointed to find that the church was closed. This is a photo (not taken by me since it was raining) of the church.
... He gives us some valuable information on how to deal with road blocks and perceived flaws the police may discover on our cars. Some arguments may work better than others, he tells us with a sense of understatement. He gets us some delicious Sushis for starters and it is not before half past eleven when we say goodbye to him in order to find a restaurant where we can have a main course on a terasse outside. Paulo and Perla join us as our guests. When we leave the restaurant after ...
... the guy is young, funky and TOTALLY weird. There is what may have been a Christmas tree a few months ago dead, in a bucket of dirt in the living room. He boils the water for his dog (you don't even need to boil the water for the humans) and I think he occassionally leaves the gas on. But the room is a good size, it's a double bed, and if the office ever does move to it's new location, I will be walking distance from it. Which brings me to Christmas time. It felt a little like ...
... first impression, but one that would be no different for most city centres back home first thing on a Saturday morning! The city itself is surrounded by mountains and hills, and has a LA feel to it, due to the repressive heat but also because of the 'green' areas. The are bone dry with ****** rough shrubs.
Our hostel is pretty rough and ready and we hung out there killing time until we headed out for a free, tour for tips walking ...
... Marta. We rented an apartment in the trendy Providencia neighbourhood, which seemed to be a popular area full of up plenty of up scale restaurants, shops and cafes. We had a fantastic view of the Andes from our apartment balcony, which was a great spot for sunset drinks..
We took a fun bike tour of the city and cycled through some fantastic bohemian neighbourhoods, really interesting ...