Rq Santiago Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... a later flight. That flight gave me 25 min to get off the plane and onto my connecting flight. After a mad dash and running from customs to the gate i made it with only a few seconds to spare. The lady was literally closing the door as i got there. Unfortunately my bag never made the flight. But it did get dropped at my hotel the next day.
Day 207 Let's be clear: this was anything but an ordinary Monday. Monday isn't always the week's most popular day and many are keen for it to pass as quickly as possible. No such luck for us. Our Monday was about 37 hours long when you subtract the 4 or so hours we spent back in yesterday (so to speak) just after crossing the international date line. It all started in an Auckland dawn. We got up and put away Fenton's camp bed for the last time before embarking on ...
... walk into town to meet the free waking tour, I knew that I had made the right choice. The air was thick with the familiar scent and feel of the Pacific, and all around, men yelled orders at each other as they went about their business. The city was bustling as people started their days. I popped into a bakery, and the staff were suitably surly but helpful. The vibe is completely different from that in Santiago. The capital is refined and ...
We had to be up early to check out of our Air BnB apartment in Mendoza and get a taxi to the bus depot.
I had been a little worried about arriving in Santiago bus depot and getting a taxi into el centro without having any Chilean money. No worries! there were three fellows doing a healthy business exchanging money - and since I still had about a hundred Canadian worth of Argentinian pesos (which was ...
... we headed up to the first lockout regardless. This gave us a close up view of another large glacier that would occasionally let off a loud rumble sending snow raining down the mountain side. As we were about to head back we spotted some other hikers coming out of the bushes from the direction of the second lookout. We soon realised that no one was paying any attention to the supposed closure of the path and we excitedly rushed to the main lockout about an hour further on. As ...