Tulip Inn Hotel Presidente Santiago
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... all day. When we landed in Buenos aires there was an email from them just saying please be advised this is the number to contact them n as it has changed, and the number they gave me was the one I had already been trying! So I responded saying I had already tried that, and asked again can THEY please contact them n our behalf. They wrote back again saying try this number instead, they are expecting your call as we have just called them to say you would be calling.... It's like ...
Fin des petites vacances sur les îles de rêve au soleil et retour en LATAM.
Avec Fabien on se retrouve à Santiago et on y passe quelques jours à visiter la ville notamment avec un guide grâce au city free tour : plusieurs heures de visite guidée des grandes villes organisé par des étudiants locaux avec participation au chapeau en fin de visite.
On visite une petite cave appartenant à 2 oenologues français ...
... and helpful, one even thought Lesley was Spanish when she started talking to him.
We are off first thing Monday to get the plane to Easter Island. Good job to as we are having to keep a low profile in the Hotel tonight, as we think we set off the hotel fire alarm. The rooms have a small kitchen area and a toaster and strangely smoke detectors in the rooms, not a good combination. We of course denied it ...
... for all on board - not. As we neared the outskirts of Juliaca, it looked no different from our last encounter - it still looked a dusty dump. The airport was really not much better, with incomplete fencing around it perimeter where locals could wander in an out - and this was at the runway. With our bags checked through to Santiago, our plane got off on time then we had a 1 hour flight to Cusco. We didn't ...
... having me join them and encouraged me to invite my friends (whether premed or not) to help out as well. Now every Tuesday after classes, Rachel and I head over the School of Medicine to tutor two students who have a vey basic grasp of English. On Wednesdays, Jacquie, my friend Scott, and I move from class to class helping out. Last Wednesday we lead a discussion about the US educational system and allowed them to ask us questions about life in the US ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility