There are many places in Latin America where people are not familiarized with English. Even when it comes to tourism, sometimes you will have to figure out how to buy a ticket or book a hotel room using only Spanish. If you don´t know the right words, there is a chance you end up sharing a bathroom with 10 people or travelling in the back of a pick up. But don´t worry… Super Ñ is back again to guarantee your trip success!

Take a look at these words that you will need for sure if you are looking for a place to stay:

– Reservarto bookReserva: booking, reservation.

– Habitación simple: single room

                               doble: twin room

                               doble con cama matrimonial: double room

                               tripletriple room

 Dormi (compartido con n personas):  dorm (shared with n people)

– Con/ sin baño privado: with private bathroom/ with shared bathroom

– Con/ sin servicio de habitación: with/ without room service

– Con/ sin desayuno: breakast included/ breakfast not included

– Media pensiónthe service includes breakfast and one meal.

Pensión completathe service includes breakfast and two meals.

– Traslado del aeropuerto/ al aeropuerto: transfer from and to the airport.

And if you are looking for a bus, train or plane ticket…

– Autobús/ Ómnibus/ micro: bus

– Tren/ ferrocarril: train

– Avión: plane.

– Pasaje: ticket.

– Pasaje  de ida y vuelta: round- trip ticket

                    sólo ida: one-way ticket

– Vuelo directo (= sin escalas): direct flight.

– Asiento: seat

ventanilla: seat by the window

pasillo: aisle seat

– Partida: departure

– Llegadaarrival

– Plataforma: platform

– Terminal de tren o de micro: train or bus station

– Parada (de micro): bus stop

– Estación (de tren): train stop

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