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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and we don't spot any buses going in the right direction and again there is the problem with having exact change for the bus. It is kind of hard to walk around looking for buses with the bags on our backs, so we just walk in the direction of the hostel. Eventually we find a bus that takes us at least part of the way, and lets us on for free. Hostel el Secreto really is secret, there are no signs, nothing to indicate that the house serves as accommodation for ...
... had lunch in the hotel. The same restaurant where we had dinner twice, but the lunch was very disappointing. We each had a hamburger and it's got to be one of the worst burgers - inside was still cold and very tasteless. Ugh :-(
The taxi picked us up at 1:30 and we got to the airport before 2. The Iguazu airport was quite small - one runway, two gates. Fortunately it was not crowded when we got there. When we checked in, the agent said we could get on an ...
... session. I am really pleased my host Paula got this placement for me.
I was there two hours and then got the bus, with the help of Natalia back home where I relaxed sunbaking on the terrace because of the long day id had ;) ;)
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... our hostel down lots of winding roads on a hill in Santa Theresa. Eventually ended up at another hostel altogether. Full of middle aged Brazilians who were in rio for Easter weekend. Jo's bed was a triple bunk over a constantly open window that had a 15 foot drop below ...
... stay. They're more expensive than the rest, but worth trying once.
3.) Don Julio - this was our go-to destination thanks to the value and location (we lived a block away). It was the most consistent experience, and steaks are about 50% of the cost at Cabana and 10-20% cheaper than La Cabrera.
4.) Calden del Soho - two experiences, one amazing, one disappointing. The lasagna was quite good if you are looking for an alternative ...