Dazzler San Telmo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Super accueil en arrivant à l'aéroport, mon guide vraiment sympathique m'a donné plein de choses à faire et a voir en ville. Donc après une sieste je me suis lancée mais avec une certaine peur d'avoir le mot touriste écris dans le front et d'être un peu trop visible. Mais bon ce voyage est pour me sortir de …
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... food pairing. Rob's girlfriend flew in from Sacramento to meet him so she was there as well. The tasting was good and we decided to go out for more drinks and food after. We ended up on the patio of this Italian place enjoying a lovely evening and good company. Within an hour the temperature dropped a little and we kept seeing lightening in the distance. Then we started hearing thunder. And then the wind picked up a little. Suddenly it was like a tornado hit the area. Our ...
... a team from BA. Again another epic was enjoyed as our boys gave them a 3-0 touch up while the rapturous fans spent the 90 minutes singing and beating drums, anything but watch the bloody thing.
Saturday in Mendoza means one thing - wine tour. As is local custom, you hire some bikes and ride off to a handful of vineyards and do your best not to fall off, or worse, get hit by one of the busted asses that locals here call a car. More bangers than a Deadmau5 set ...
... with the exception of a handful of boxes sent to my parent’s house, and converted a 70-liter backpack into my new home. Somehow, I decided that I could only find the answers I needed thousands and thousands of miles away in mysterious lands. Unknowingly I had followed Pico Iyer’s advice: “It’s only by stepping out of your life and the world, that you can see what you most deeply care about and find a ...