Tulip Inn Presidente Hotel Santiago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and minerals, including iron, cobalt, copper, manganese, and molybdenum, are in the germ and husk. Other grains - barley, oats, rye, corn - have analogous constructions, and bread can be made from all of them. Wheat germ is one of a very few places in nature in which the entire vitamin B complex is found, hence bread was called “the staff of life.” Whole wheat also contains traces of barium, a shortage of which in the human body can lead to cardiac disease, and ...
... had given us very detailed information about various things we needed to be aware of in Chile and the first thing she recommended was to take a TransVIP or an official taxi from the airport to our apartment. During our “conversations" with Ruth it transpired that we’d booked an apartment just up the road from her which she advised was a perfect place from which to explore Santiago. She was absolutely correct - we were staying high up on the 19th floor ...
... and forts. At the top, we had a view of Santiago around us, its high rises stretching in all directions. Through the mist, we could just see huge mountains. On our way back to the hostel, we stopped to eat. We had plenty of opportunity to try out our Spanish. It is not to be expected that people will speak to you in English here, which is a pleasant novelty, even if it is bound to throw up the odd misunderstanding. By local standards, we were eating ...
... Hostal Aonikenk - not good if you are over 10 years old Beer - Cristal, Chile's version of Tooheys New Meal - Pizza in El Calafate - cheesy deep-pan style, wrong wrong wrong Language Clanger - buying apple juice - turns out it was flavoured soy milk...and telling the shop assistant I wanted to buy clothes for "mi marido" (my husband) Walk - Torres del Paine Administration to Paine Grande - 18km into the very strong wind (redeemed by the Lake Pehoe mirador, which was ...
... the water. (it was actually fabulous to see the homes still standing after so many parts of Valparaiso were destroyed by fires that tore through many of the hillside home areas last year during devastating summer fires (actually one year ago this month).
Now a little bit about Valparaiso. The city is considered Chile’s cultural capital and a major port for the country. The unique characteristic of Valparaiso is that the homes ...