Caseron Porteno B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... use is they try and rush you so you lose your concentration. One lad would say one thing to you but then the other would say something different and it was all very confusing. It was nearly as confusing as trying to distinguish if David and Katie Fanagan are in a relationship or are actually brother and sister. They also dropped the rate again to 12.4 pesos but at this point we felt fairly intimidated and knew we were going to have to change some money before getting out ...
... we had a great time talking to another couple from London and a girl from Bogota, Colombia.
After getting our culture fix for the day, the afternoon was a bit more chilled and we did bits of admin before heading to the bus station.
The bus was just as good as everyone says - wide leather seats which fully recline into a bed, a personal TV with a good selection of films and a glass of champagne after dinner. But before we ...
... shops for a while but I lost interest as I was a bit tired. We hailed a taxi but he could not take us far as all the roads were blocked off for the Targa Rally. I was not a Happy Chappy but I trudged back and Derek went out again while I rested.
There was a cocktail party then we had a quick bite to eat in the hotel bar and went to bed after leaving our suitcases out for overnight collection.
Antarctica here we ...
... It was very busy though with walkers, cyclists and even roller skaters. Some of the original cranes had been left on the dockside to look a bit arty. A new bridge, Puente de la Mujer, was pretty fancy and was supposed to resemble a couple dancing tango.
After circling the port, we made our way back and checked out Downtown Matias Irish Pub but it didn’t really look that Irish and their prices were a bit expensive even at happy hour, so we gave it a miss and just went back to our hotel instead.
... is that it might cost more to repair the car than what our stuff could be sold for. What's more is that it was a really nice car - these people weren't poor or desperate, they were just arseholes. So instead of spending a beautiful day enjoying the antique markets of San Telmo, we spent the day in a police office and bent over a sink trying to wash the sludge out of our clothes. I don't think this would have happened in the other countries that we've been to, because ...