- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... vegan, gluten free restaurant across the street that was calling my name. I got a delicious veggie burger, a pineapple juice, and a coconut milk mocha for dessert. Sometimes it's so nice to eat food that tastes similar to what I might eat at home! After that we headed to the bus station to arrange our next tickets to Santiago and then to Mendoza, Argentina. We learned the hard way how important it is to get tickets in advance, or risk of ending up on ...
... t make it up!
Tabalí was originally owned by the son of Andrónico Luksic, who, when he died in 2005 was the richest person in Chile, the fourth in Latin America, and the 132nd in the world, with a net worth of USD 4.2 billion according to Forbes magazine. His second wife and widow is estimated to have USD 19 billion in 2012 and have jumped to 32nd richest person in the world! So, as you can imagine, they have ...
... private observatories were where the real research happened. As such, our tour itself was not super informative. We observed a few constellations that the guide chose through a telescope and he demonstrated where some of the basic constellations in the southern hemisphere could be observed. The most amazing thing about the tour was just the stars themselves, evident to the naked eye. The phrase ' a blanket of stars' doesn't begin to ...
... into Chile, we took a bus, on Thursday, to San Pedro de Atacama. Since we were leaving that night, we didn't bother to find a hostel and spent our day doing things like buying bus tickets and organizing my parents' Chilean phones. We left San Pedro de Atacama on one of the nicest cama (meaning "bed") buses we have ever taken. The ride lasted 16 hours and we arrived in La Serena, a beach town in Chile's Norte Chico Region.
... and grapes that the young Russians gave us plus some other things too maybe. It was about 1:30 pm when we were finishing up.
Before I get to the NP, the road itself was an adventure. It was dirt with some heavily corrugated sections that jarred the teeth and probably the car's interiors. It was curvy and hilly and I had to shift into second gear and drive in that for quite awhile. We went down one hill that Astrid insisted that I do ...