Quinta Rufino Hostel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... was persuaded/bullied into lacing up for the the Fitzroy trail in El Chalten. Ten minutes into the walk, I turned to see a disgruntled face staring back at me. It's a face that says, I'm not enjoying this, I didn't want to do it. If you know what is good for you, you don't question or offer encouragement. Ceri found this out to her detriment later in the day. The mood improved as the gradient levelled off. Now I am no scientist, but had I plotted a graph measuring gradient against ...
... it would be door-to-door service, but was dismayed when the bus parked about a half mile down the hill from the entrance. We plodded up the hill with hundreds of other people along a rough path, Liz cursing her vanity! Inside the arena it was chaos; we had a block of seats reserved, but other people kept coming up and asking us to move! However, in the end we settled into seats with an ...
... here for nothing. I had a quick olive oil tasting, and then asked if they could call me a cab. After a lot of angry exclamations, it became clear that neither of the taxi numbers they had worked. The girl was very apologetic and said I could wait for somebody else to arrive in a taxi and nab it. Cool, it was only 2 pm. Cue crickets. Cue tumbleweeds. No taxis. I waited an hour. Nothing. Just the odd car roaring down the street. It was about 35 degrees out, and ...
... I probably could join them without the make-up but decided against it and we wandered back to the Diplomatic.
When we arrived we noticed the entry to the hotel was cordoned off with groups of Boca Junior fans going beserk (refer Buenos Aires blog on what the Boca Juniors are). We soon discovered there was a football game on the next night and the Boca Juniors (away team) were staying at our hotel. After missing out on a game in Buenos Aires we ...
In Mendoza with a wine tour planned. Took a high speed walk around the local lake early, beautiful view if the Andes in the background. By it back in time to catch the tour mini bus. Most of our fellow passengers were Brazilian, with one girl from Venezuela. Once again we are the only English speakers but at least the guide is fairly fluent. After a crazy drive back and forth through town picking up the rest of the passengers we hit our ...