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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
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... 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 ...