Hotel del Dique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... days before starting to make our way south to Mendoza, from which we’re considering going to Buenos Aires.
Nous en étions restés à notre arrivée à Encarnacion au Paraguay.
La journée suivante, le Samedi 24 Octobre, nous avons pris le bus tôt le matin pour aller visiter l’une des principales attractions du Paraguay, les missions Jésuites du XVIII ème siècle. Les missions Jésuites ont joué un rôle très important dans l’Histoire du ...
... Meant to be 500g in total but I'm sure we had almost that each! Shared salad and nice bottle of wine, soooo tasty. Then when we paid the bill they brought a delicious lemon ice cream in champagne glass with bit of champagne. Was so good! Then back to hostel hung out for a bit, maggi even more embarrassing as drunk. Saw Rachel and Helen chatted to them for a bit. They were in our room and they had to pack, so no hope of getting to sleep when mag hue waffling away to ...
... to the foot of the telepherico or cable car. Single trip cost 45 pesos and and return trip cost 85 pesos to the top of the hill. You can also walk up the hill from the monument of San Bernardo. We walked to the monument, passing through some rich people's houses and walked the long avenue back to the city center. On this avenue, you find a big cross in the middle of the street that looks pretty impressive. It's less busy now in the city and we walked around a little, bought some ...
... long time. I had a window seat, by myself, with a leather seat that reclined fully flat with privacy curtains for when I slept. Which I did, not just during the night but also the next day. I woke up at 1.20pm and the bus pulled into Salta at 1.45pm.
If only all the buses had first class, sigh.
... to take us up to the 'Mirador' viewpoint where we found some great views, waterfalls and an outdoor gym - the 1000 odd steps to the top would make for a good warm up. That evening we selected a peña for food and live music, and had a fantastic steak with some very entertaining dancing (stern faces and side-of-boot stamping) and music. We got our moment in the limelight when the band were asking where everyone was from (or at least we gathered from our perfect Spanish) ...