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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... being the European socialites that they are. I hadn't danced Cumbia since I was here 17 years ago and was definitely intrigued. Not that I really wanted to see myself dance the Cumbia, or to have anyone else see me do it, but it was definitely something I had been thinking about since I got here. One more beer did the trick and I was in. These guys were hilarious. Listening to them talk reminded me of Hanz and Frans because neither of them spoke each other's language ...
Red wine time!!! I had been very much looking forward to Mendoza as the
region is famous for Malbec red wine, which is one of my favorites! I
had been recommended a hostel where you get free red wine every night
from 7-9pm so that was immediately where I headed! Not only was it free
but it was really good = perfect combination! We arrived on the first
night at 7pm, so it was ...
... 9679;Plazas-As with every city in Argentina, there were a number of plazas named after important dates in history. The main one has a craft market and a stage for street performers and the 4 surrounding ones (apparently built as refuge areas during earthquakes) have pretty fountains and statues. A lovely afternoon stroll.●Bike tour of the wineries-Highly recommended if you ever go to Mendoza, great fun! We chose to do it in ? ...
... friend of his he met in Colombia. 11:40am (7 hours til takeoff): we get a bottle of whiskey and head to the house party. 12-3:40am (3 hours til takeoff): we drink responsibly and say goodbye to the Argentinians who leave for the club (yes it starts at 3:30am). 4:10am (2.5 hours til takeoff): we arrive back at the hotel grab some free breakfast that was just put out, set our alarms for 5:15am to wakeup fresh for our flight, and lay down for ...
... I realised I managed to have a nice last day in BA with a good lunch in San Telmo and then to El Zanjón de Grandos, a really interesting archeological site and old mansion with underground tunnels that used to contain a stream but was now dry and ran beneath the houses. It was restored privately and the tour gave us interesting insight into life in Buenos Aires from 180 to 100 years ago. Now it is a stunning venue and I kept thinking how good it would be ...