Apart Hotel EARA
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... had to walk about 500 metres from the bus to the track past hundreds of police officers and race patrol. We arrived and set up camp in the spot that we thought was going to give us the best view and enjoyed the stunning sunrise we were treated to.
The road bent around a pretty tight right corner straight into a river crossing then into another sharp right hander. We had views of all three corners, albeit from behind. Our spot started getting invaded just before the race ...
... and getting a brief lesson in the political history Argentina. At the table, questions like "can you please pass the bread?" were shortly followed by ones such as "so, who are the Peronists?" After lunch, we meandered down along the river, testing the sturdiness of old bridges, doing yoga poses on concrete blocks in the middle of the river and enjoying the good company. And, in true Argentine fashion, we ended the day with a siesta in the ...
... farms) on our travels. Very different to riding in a school we were navigating up and down steep hills, and overall the experience was exhilarating, until my horse sat down. That’s right, sat down. In the middle of the road. With me still riding. It was somewhat embarrassing. That situation dealt with we arrived back at the farm about 3 hours after we set off, a little wet, but mostly hungry and in good spirits.
And there ...
... to go out dancing, we got home at 4am,
When we woke up sunday morning we had no water so we were screwed, we couldnt do anything so we had to buy lunch and then later in the afternoon with my mum and sisters we went to the river, and it was nice. I got home and watched movies with Luis my dad there and then went to dinner with Edward(NZ), Laura(USA), and Thomas(Denmark), we finished then Sarah(USA) Valerie and Tessa(Holland) came and ...
... architecture for their time. The most interesting part was that around Cordoba there are no forests so all the wood used was shipped down a river then 1600km on land! Wow! We also saw a section of the historic library where books date back to 1515.
We had a fantastic time with Fede and truly enjoyed the gracious hospitality of his parents. The joys of living in a home again with clean clothes, comfortable beds will be missed! Next stop ...