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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... their ice cream yet so I suggested he just get one at a kiosko. Well, guess who forgot his wallet. Haha, no, not me! I told him I'd lend him money for some and upon finding out I wasn't getting any, he said "no" all bitterly. And then we parted ways for the next week! As the bus was supposed to leave at 12:30 and we were supposed to check our luggage one hour early, I arrived at the bus stop ready for this next adventure. Well, after walking what seemed like a mile to get to the end of ...
I am the new boy. I am new to everything and everything is new to me. I am yet to be initiated in the way of the hostel, the geography of the city is unfamiliar, and everything is coated in the mist of a foreign language. I arrived at my hostel on an overcast Sunday morning, to a somewhat cool reception. Fair enough. Having been allocated a bunk, I left my gear and headed out to explore the neighbourhood - and have ...
... thankful that this was the end of the cruise and not the beginning. I wasn't missing anything, but experiencing the Passage. One more variation was that the ship lost an engine which really slowed us down and delayed our arrival in Ushusia by a half day. Anticipating the possibility that I was going to want a day to be still instead of connecting directly to an airplane, I had ...
... even with all of the menu Spanish we have acquired over the past few weeks we managed to order the worst food we have had yet. Last night at our farewell dinner we tried some of Ben's meat, a delicious thin cut of beef with a mustard marinade/glaze. We thought that was what we were ordering at this parilla but instead we got 3 circles of pounded meat, almost like a hamburger but not quite, drowning in a thick mustardy mess. Do not order escalopes de lomo - you have been ...
... Buenos Aires was littered with rich families they started to build houses even in death, but so the mausoleums are left crumbling a clear sign that they family has run out if money. The most interesting story here is that of Evita. The wife of the Argentinian president Peron. She was loved and hated by her nation equally. She was embalmed after death and the story goes that an enemy stole her body and practiced all sorts of abuse on it. Thereafter. Peron's second ...