La Fayette Suites Providencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... or maybe it was because I was ravenous and tired). There was a wonderful steak sandwich, an apple, a granola bar and a juice box. Seriously ... it was fabulous (or again maybe it was just that I was ravenous and tired).
As we sat there, what was startling to me was how much of the glacier was covered in dirt. Apparently, during the last major earthquake about two years ago (Chile is VERY prone to quakes and fortunately, I have not felt ...
Sunday, so let's try the metro! With the help of the lovely Chileans we managed to navigate our way to the Pre Columbian Museum - a museum filled with artifacts from all over South America, that date back to pre Columbus - Christoffer to his friends. Mind blowing - they were mummifying their dead before the Egyptians, even removing soft tissue and replacing it with stick as and stones - and redoing it ...
... neo classically styled Mercado Central (Central markets) which is a food supply markets that reminded me of the Victoria Markets in Melbourne, only more heaps more chillies and Chilean stuff that didn't look familiar.
All that before hopping back on the bus past a couple of stops (including Constitution Square, the Mondea Palace and a stack of early 1900's government buildings) and got off at the area called Santa Lucia which has stacks more impressive ...
... such a giant, if only there were more Maleines in the world. As we moved through the towns, regions and countries, she sought to be everywhere, do it all and capture as many places and faces on camera. Somewhere on our journey, I overheard her say that she will most likely never pass through these places again, as her time is shorter and the world...well, just far too big. Inspired by her, I was reminded that I am one of the lucky ones....one of the ones ...
IT TAKES SOME DRAMA TO HEAT UP THE PLACE!
It's been one week, y mucho ha pasado! Every other day seems to uncover something interesting…something unexpected…something hilarious! Sometimes it is enough to make me forget the cold!...Sometimes!! Actually, Friday was ridiculous, because I went out all layered up ready to fight the cold weather, and then suddenly without any warning, the temperature shot up and it got real hot. I ...