Casa las Canitas Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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As we expected, most sights were closed. Only tourists crawling the city, amidst lots of trash left by New Year's Eve partying. Mostly we just walked. And rode busses. When I asked the hotel desk about getting around, they told me to take taxis. "But what about buses? Or the subway?" They were reluctant ...
... I did a walking tour and I returned to the hostel with Franzie and played cards over beer. Tom returned later and we went for dinner at the same restaurant as the other day. We had a different waiter this time - dinner wasn't as good as the other night. Tom also accidentally knocked a full glass of white wine over my trousers! Tom and I returned to the hostel and finished the wine with another backpacker, Tim, English guy from ...
... Hernan waiting just outside the gate and apologized profusely about the delay. We didn't think that it would have been delayed for such a long time and neither did he. Retiro bus terminal is situated in the city centre, not far from the harbor. However, considering the size of the city centre, they usually refer to the more touristic city centre as the micro city centre, mainly concentrated around the Plaza de Mayo. Although possible to walk to ...
... skipping around the dance floor at the salsa club. Wonderful and loving friends (who I feel like I’ve known my whole life) provided plenty of hugs and kisses, and the live music was accompanied by fantastic dancing partners. The evening was complete with toasts of beer and blowing out a re-lit birthday candle on a cake that wasn’t mine after strangers sang Cumpleaņos Feliz to me. I couldn’t possibly have asked for a ...
... We took his advice and backtracked. Back to hotel for a quiet couple of hours recharge then off to a cafe for a beer and gin. Then a meal at a local restaurant. A thick steak and pork chops shared. Bottle of wine too then the waiter brought out a coconut liqueur as a nightcap. Lovely guy who spoke no English. Always fun communicating. He was a happy guy so the night was a lovely end to the day. Off to Uruguay tomorrow for a day trip fast ferry to Colonia. Weather forecast not ...