Harbor Hotel Regent Suites
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... inhabitants) and a sketchy bus station location. In fact, I didn’t
think the area too bad and certainly not enough to justify all the dire
My credit card company had, yet again, blocked the card so
had to go back to the hotel to try and sort it on the **** wifi, so bad that it
took about 10 calls, each with a new person, to get through the whole rigmarole
– the guy ...
... 50 minutes (on a Boeing 737). We landed on partially clouded El Calafate on time. A lady from Localiza (rental car company) was waiting for us at the airport to take us to the town to sign the rental car contract. Not surprisingly, the car they allocated to us was exactly the one we said NO on our online negotiation via email a month ago - a Celta lixo ST. Luckily, a decent car was being handed over at the very same time. So, we rented this ...
... sit on his own, try to 'accidentally' steal someone else's pillow, snored and had elbows all over the place! I managed to explain it was only 1 blanket each so I got my blanket back (which is all i was bothered about) and the lady who had dropped her pillow I think just demanded it back. The food was pretty decent - chicken stuffed with ham and cheese served with rice and a side of queshe. Wifi actually worked inboard too which was ...
I didn't have much planned for today apart from checking out and having a walk around, but Katie sent me a Facebook message in the morning asking if I wanted to go to Gramado. Vitorio couldn't make it as he had studying to do so Katie picked me up and we drove to Gramado (stopping at her house so she could change as she spilt coffee over her jeans). The trip took about 1 hour 45 mins. We had a nice talk on the ...
Work up in Porto Alegre and was pretty surprised with the Crowds already forming getting hipped up for the game at mid day. There was a severe dominance in Algerian supporters. They were already rallying and dancing and singing and chanting. They looked like a big group of drunk chavs, and then I realized, they are muslim, they don't drink. The old ladies selling beers on the side of the road on the walk to the ...