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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the taxi dropped me off but the other lady insisted not to worry about paying so I got a free trip to the hostel. The hostel is big, with a bar, ping pong table and rooftop terrace. I was initially in an 8 bed dorm but the only free bed was the top bunk in the middle of the room, so I changed to a 4 bed. I also considered splashing out and getting ...
... left my purse at reception but didn’t
realise until came to pay and thought for a while it might have been stolen.
Shop staff couldn’t give a monkeys. Thankfully safely at the hostel but missed
the first couple of goals, a relief given the volume and harshness of the local’s
shouts – still, less painful than the continual snot snorting of a family on
the bus ...
... Argentina. The best museum was the Beatles museum. The scariest part for me was when I got robbed and lost my backpack. The best thing I ate was ice cream. My favorite ice cream I had was Freddo's, a famous ice cream shop. The most interesting thing I learned was my birthday is the name of the widest street in the world (9 de Julio). My favorite part about the apartment we stayed in was that you could put toilet paper in the toilet. My opinion about Buenos Aires is cool, fun and crazy.
... to draw their own conclusions.................. Long way off yet ( and Deb doesn't like me talking about coming home until the day dawns, but it looks promising for the main line to be back up and running........ DAWLISH railway station has been given a floral make-over thanks to TV gardening expert Toby Buckland. The gardener, who lives in the town and has a nursery at Powderham Castle, was joined by Friends of Dawlish Station to give the platforms a colourful new look ahead ...
... great sense of navigation we managed the walk back to our hotel quite quickly, arriving by 8ish. When we got back - i'd realised I"d lost my wristband... AGAIN. I was so ******. But decided I would try and go back on Sunday for it. Tonight we'd planned on having curry at an Indian place we'd seen earlier. However unable to find it, opted for the Galaria's food court again where I bought a sub which was made using some stale as bread! On the way ...