Doctor Cesar Carman Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... and down. Waaay too boring, so we opted for the over route. And we are SO glad we did. The scenery and the people that gave us rides on the way made it without doubt one of the best days so far. We did get stranded at the very top of the mountain range at 3.30, only 50k from Merlo. It was deserted, a storm was approaching, but oh it was so pretty! We set up the tent for shelter and looking back the whole experience was surreal but so enjoyable. Eventually ...
On 6hr journey was straightvforward but very hot. You get given coffee, juice, sandwich, sweets and other nibbles on board which is better than any other bus service we have had in South America. The scenery was pretty monotonous flat green pasture land interspersed\ with farms & towns but luckily we had a couple of good books to read on the kindles so the time went past really quickly. We have noticed that the Argies are really ****** off ...
... to try and avoid the protest. It was actually pretty safe and kind of like a scene from a well mannered football game but we really didn't fancy getting involved in that hustle and bustle just in case. We've noticed that throughout South America protests are a fairly common event. Cordoba was a pretty normal city, we probably wouldn't have gone if it didn't have the museum at Che's house, but seeing as we were passing by that way we thought it was worthwhile to pop ...
... br> So, there I was happily floating around the departures area....well I say 'happily', but the reality was more of me begrudgingly dragging around my hand luggage (which probably weighed nearly half of my case with the extra bits I 'needed' to buy), unable to find anything else to purchase (even I know Harrods is OTT for this trip) and I think the 'floating' element was a mix of excitement and a red wine haze (Jules/Paul - starting ...
... and I set of to Dario my new host.
Renan a Brazilian bloke opened the door for me. He too was couch surfing at Darios. His Spanish was a little better then mine, so we were on the same page from the kick off. The three of us had a ball checking out the handcrafts market after sunset, cooking up ...