Mercure Santiago Centro
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Palace was originally used as a government mint. In the early 1800s the Palace also became the official Presidential offices and later include the Presidential residence. Today, the Palace only houses the Presidential office, as well as the offices of her four cabinet members (yep only four: Interior, Secretary of State, Communications and the other one escapes me).
The orange courtyard was used for official receptions and was named for the orange blossom trees ...
... much as we know them, then the mega rich build mausoleums, sometimes themed, sometimes modern all over the top, many like small houses. President Allende, who was overthrown by Pinochet, Allende committed suicide they say, before Pinochet's lot could kill him- he did it with an AK47 rifle !!!! Draw your own conclusion. Allende was an atheist, so buried elsewhere, however when democracy was restored , ...
... much panic (ha), we ran back to where we were dropped off and borrowed the phone of an employee so we could call Charles' dad's house. He lives about 25 minutes from the airport, but the odds that he would walk into his house and immediately check his answering machine were slim. Odds that he would have his cell phone on him seemed even slimmer but Charles tried that, too. The call didn't seem to go through, but a minute later his dad called him back on the borrowed ...
... probably suggest that they have failed to fully reflect and that they, too, seem unable to truly see themselves or their society!
Our societies need to be healed and made whole again. So my New Year’s wish for 2015 is that we all as a society will enter deep reflection and discussion, and aim to heal our collective issues! I believe that my fellow citizens of the United States, and my fellow residents throughout Chile, can and will make our societies a better place for ...
... card and driving license) in the tent but I couldn't remember packing it that morning. I threw my backpack down and we both frantically searched every pocket neither of us wanting to accept the inevitable. The sinking realisation that I had left it back at camp was a crushing blow. With no road access the only option would be to walk back 7km's to retrieve it. Suddenly our shortest day had became our longest with this mishap adding on an additional 12km's. Adding this to the 97 1/2 ...