- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a sign for Centro. My guidebooks suggest Santiago’s historical center is well worth a stop to walk around old neighborhoods of old Victorian houses, a cathedral, and several monuments and museums including Fondacion Leon, described as the best in the country.
Well, I drove and I drove and I drove and seemed to go in circles in hectic traffic on confusing one way streets that went on all odd directions. I never saw another sign indicating the way to Centro ...
... or if this place is really better . . What the Heck do we know?
So - we asked Fernando to take us to the other place (which turned out to be at least twenty minutes further away) and I didn't like the looks of that place so much . . .seemed very commercial. At the first place, the facility was really nice and the manager was a young man who spoke really good English and seemed very willing to accommodate us . . ...
... the highly admirable community members (noted by both Juana and Ubaldo), is a major pioneer in the collaboration with the government. It was cool that Fausto was mentioned in both meetings as a very admirable and integral asset to the community.
Before we headed back down the mountain that we had worked so ***********quer the day before, a few of us went to help Obed pick some of his fruits. His passion, again, was so evident. During the short trek to ...
... leaders to ensure that the progress being made is holistic and ethical. So again I ...
... with our Canadian Tarzan and a jungle yell (or two). It was pretty hilarious. The whole experience was really great, and I discovered that I thoroughly enjoyed climbing on the river rocks.
Upon returning to to centre, a few of us got to ride in the back of a pick-up truck. The drive was great! My hair was a rats nest, but we had an awesome time learning how to awkwardly whistle, and singing camp songs.
While the down days are ...