Casona La Ruchi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... water over such a huge area, spray everywhere, took heaps photo's & video. Crossed the boarder into Brazil. Tomorrow we do the Brazilian side of the falls including a very close up Boat ride to the falls, have been warned, we will get wet. Wear togs!! Staying in a luxury Hotel right on the falls . Motel guests have the falls to themselves until the National Park opens it's gates at 9,30 ...
... where we joined a tango class and learned some basic steps for about an hour. It was really interesting, and much more difficult than we originally expected. A few times we were told to switch partners, Melita ended up with some dude with dreads, and Brandon got stuck with another dude. After one song the guy Brandon was dancing with got fed up because they couldn't communicate (and he could actually dance) so he called the instructor to take over. Within ...
An hour west of the city by train, we arrived in Tigre full of delight from our pleasant travels. The train was full of excitement with people selling all kinds of everything, singing, and even bands playing between stops! So we carried on with smiles to catch the water-taxi that would take us upriver to Casona del Rio, the next work exchange on our list. This small B&B has been run by a couple for three years, and helps many locals and ...
... a long and inexpensive cab ride ( less than $8 US to go across town), we got to the Edificio de Correo Central museum. It was closed. It looked like it was being renovated or something, so we didn't even bother to get out of the cab. By this time we figured we'd go to lunch so we diverted the cab to a sushi place we had seen on the way. On closer inspection it was too fancy so we walked on the waterfront to the cool ship museum. This ...
... the menu here since the waitress wouldn't speak English to us, and their menu was all Spanish. Empanadas we knew, and they were excellent. "Lomo" I learned is tenderloin, so we had that in an empanada, and a spinach/ cheese one, and an eggplant one. I blindly picked a rice with queso fundido that was really rich, and we washed it down with a giant Heineken to share. We went to a couple shops that LP recommended for men, but the clothes were super pricey and the styles were a ...
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