Time Suites (Time Suites and Apartments)
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
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... he then recited it to me, of course in Spanish. The panic set in. I told him, in Englisb, just give me anything. He laughed, and said a couple more thing. I replied si to a couple, and no to one. What came out was what looked like a heart attack in a sugary bread roll. I thanked god for the amount of walking I had been doing. Heading over to the next apartment, I was invited in by two girls who, thankfully, spoke English, one Chilean, Tamara, and one ...
... too far from Santiago where we needed to be in the morning, we settled on stopping at the next truck stop we found on the highway heading toward Santiago. Within thirty minutes, we landed one with bathrooms and a playground...JACKPOT! We cooked a nice Shabbat dinner, sang our prayers, roadside, and said goodnights.As I am still writing this entry, everyone is waking up behind me in the back of the van. Now along with the sounds of the trucks, I am listening to giggles and bickering ...
... with rice, guacamole and salsa, and Mr H had a salad. We washed this down with a jug of Sangria, followed by a chocolate brownie. We enjoyed our food so much that we missed the last Metro and had to hop on a night bus. Unfortunately, we discovered that you can only pay on the bus with a pre-charged Bip card, so we stood awkwardly throughout our free ride, before hopping off a few stops later (the driver couldnīt give a monkeys!)
On 13th March, we ...
... in the air for about 20 minutes, and we started to ascend, which freaked us out. We knew we had one stop but not two. This was the second—for the town of Iquique. We thought we were losing altitude and going down. It was pretty freaky for a few minutes. Eldon was even a little freaked out. Of course, I'm a pilot, and I was explaining to him that the flaps were up and he was trying to gain altitude. When the exit ...
... Central before having lunch upstairs. It was a delightful affair. I had Chupe de Mariscos (Seafood soup) and Sarah had Phad Thai (although she had to change as her first meal looked like Seafood Porridge with Cheese!) After, we found the restaurant we were looking for before we headed out on the confusing metro system to the Museum of Human Rights & Memoirs. It was based on the Military Coup of 1097 and the regime that followed under General Pinochet (until 1990). It was ...