Port Royal Classic Rattan 4 Seater Sofa Set, Brown, with Coffee Table
The Santiago set includes a 2 seater sofa, 2 arm-chairs and a coffee table. The suite is made with a beautiful brown rattan weave and thick cushions. If you...... more
The Santiago set includes a 2 seater sofa, 2 arm-chairs and a coffee table. The suite is made with a beautiful brown rattan weave and thick cushions. If you want to invest in a top of the range rattan garden sofa set, look no further than the Santiago. It will bring a touch of Mediterranean luxury to any garden. Whether you want comfortable outdoor seating for the whole family, or you plan to entertain friends, this elegant piece of rattan garden furniture will give you plenty of space. The rattan we use is synthetic (PU) and is totally weather proof against sunlight and rain. Please note delivery to UK offshore addresses will incur extra charges.
Advantages: Interesting lava formations Disadvantages: The island has been rather spoiled by human interference
...Santiago Island, Galapagos
Santiago seems to have three names, San Salvador and James island as well as Santiago. The James was after James II, San Salvador was after the second island discovered by Columbus and presumably Santiago is the Spanish name for the island.
Santiago is one of the larger islands in the Galapagos group and is 572 km2 . We only visited a small part of this island known...
Advantages: Comfy, easy to put together, can change the look easily Disadvantages: None
...I've just moved into an unfurnished house so needed a lot of furniture fast and so being on something of a budget my housemate and I decided to take a trip to Ikea as it seemed to be the most reasonable place to buy the furniture. We needed furniture for the lounge and instead of picking armchairs I decided I wanted a sofa and one that would last more than a couple of years. Therefore, instead...
Advantages: different unspoiled powder relaxed Disadvantages: mid-priced
...About 2 hours east of Santiago are the ski resorts of La Parva, El Colorado and Valle Nevado. All 3 resorts are connected (you can ski between them if you have the right pass) and there are plenty of runs and some world-class off-piste. You can make the trip up and down from Santiago in a day but its worth taking two (at least) if you can ski or snowboard. As well as the resorts, there is a small...
05.07.2005 18:56 ·Read review
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