Hotel Santa Cruz
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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These posts are probably going to repeat themselves over the next two weeks but if there's anything different to tell you we will inform you. For instance Jessie made a great homemade rice pudding after a lunch of onion soup sandwiches. We started our second round of work at 3pm and after finishing at 5pm came back to get showered and got ready for dinner at Pi and Sharif neighbours ...
... my Spanish and ask for "instrucciones en espanol". I like to say that I am creating adventure for us...who needs a map?
Our hotel is cute, clean...it is tucked away with vineyards all around us. It has a little balcony and I only saw ONE dog when we arrived. I don't think barking will be an issue tonight and tomorrow night. And a great thing... the guy at the ...
... After dinner Caroline showed up, saw that everything was going well and decided to go home. She was obviously very pleased with me and the way things were going, which made me happy/feel good because it was seeming like she was always correcting little things I did, but in the end, I was doing a good enough job. She seemed almost giddy at seeing how well we handled it, seemed more relaxed than I had ever seen her, gave me a kiss goodnight and left. So that was ...
... the iconic wines cellar where bottles of every grape and vintage are kept under lock and key. In the afternoon we visited the Montes vineyard. We wanted to see what a mass producer looked like and this was the epitome. Where Casa Silva is personal, traditional, understated and sophisticated; Montes vineyard is brash, industrial, new, and un-apologetically commercial. Set in stunning countryside, bordered by snow capped Andes, the ...
... side of the plaza is the grand tourist hotel with its restaurant and around the corner is the famed Museum.
This is some Museum. Exceptional artifacts that run a strange gamete – from Megeladon shark teeth to bugs embedded in amber to the best darn Pre-Columbian art collection I have ever seen. And then – there is a random collection of everything from ancient typewriters, cameras, printing presses, buggies, ...