Mercure Santiago Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1,000 cpl (almost 2 dollars). And everyone was still rolling with laughter while they were giving up the money. Dude rocked the “subway house!” He was brilliant…talented…and yes a little bit crazy! I wanted to tell him to lay off the weed and that “crack is whack,” but I was still chocked up with laughter…and wasn’t really sure my language skills would result in a good translation!!! Anyway…crazy is as crazy ...
Back to the heart of the city -- past more of the captivating architecture -- to the Metropolitan Cathedral, which is magnificent.
Then a quick transfer to La Moneda Palace for the changing of the guard. The palace now houses the offices of the President (a woman, Michelle Bachelet) and the Ministry of the Interior. A lot of pomp and circumstance for a non-monarchy, but very fun to see, albeit a tad long. (Note: All ...
... Fortunately we flew in a more normal sized plane slightly more immune to the torrid turbulence we again endured, which was fortunate as I was in the mid grip of the inevitable South American bowel curse. Poop Soup fo dayyyyz. Arriving in La Paz we were pleasantly informed it was 'Pedestrian Day', meaning there were about 100 people outside the hovel La Paz calls an airport with not a cab in sight. I got my Australian hustle on, elbows up, and bribed a cabbie with my gringo dallaz to take ...
Good- morning Santiago!- Well it's actually day 2 here and we are sitting having breakfast, but we are going to update you on what happened yesterday!
Due to getting to bed at about 3 am, we woke up abut 9 30 and headed down to breakfast. After this we chilled a bit before heading for the bus at about midday!
Our first stop was the largest park in Chile- we wondered around here a while, avoiding the packed zoo!
We then walked, through ...
... my next transition much easier as I will easily be able to pick up extra hours and I may even be able to maintain some clients even after I leave.
Other exciting news, I purchased my snowboard a couple days ago! It is a Burton 164w cruiser board with Flow bindings. The boots will probably be the first thing I replace, but they were used and cheap so I bought them anyway. The board is a beginner board but it is still a ...