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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... himself a Fatay. I don't know what that is but it's good. Mmm. Finally we arrived at the bus station and waited in the ATM line because of his lack of planning (like any man) and he was in there forever! He kept trying to withdraw too much for the machine to accept, I guess. Ha. Finally we went and, since he still had no clue as to which company he was going to use, we went to my window first (walking the entire bus station-like half a mile-to get to) and, after ...
... Buenos Aires has been our favourite city so far and the fact that the girls looked after us and showed us around the place made it so much better. A bit of local knowledge goes a long way when your abroad. If it wasn't for the girls we would have just gone to all the nights out the hostel had organised and wouldn't have had as good of a time. Huge thanks to Ornella, Lulu and Sofi for all their ...
... good wifi but I needed to find somewhere to charge my iPad. I couldn't find outlets anywhere except in the one area where I would have had to stand as they were up high. Finally I gave up looking and went through security to the waiting area. I happened to find a plug there so I got to charge my iPad and enjoy a few hours of free wifi. The only bad thing was something happened while trying to sync my blog and I lost the last two weeks of entries. That's ...
... as it went from one side of the building to the other. I don’t think I’ve ever had more impressive scenery while riding a stationary bike. Again, we had a magical sunset with the buildings around us bathed in beautiful light. After two nights of fine dining, it was time for a simple empanada dinner with a nice bottle of Malbec. Having a kitchen is one of the great advantages of a short term apartment over a hotel. That, and ...
We arrived in Buenos Aires today around 5:30am quite tired after crossing the Argentina border at 2am. Our bags made useful pillows as we slept in the bus station for an hour or so before heading to our hostel. We arrived at the hotel about 6:50am and when we rang the bell we were greeted by a not so happy Frenchman who we had obviously woken up. He allowed us to dump our bags but then reminded us check in was 2pm and informed ...