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... to attack my British friend and I... not sure how far that was a joke! Please browse through some of the photoīs of some of the cities unreal architechture.
The second day I intended to go skydiving, but sadly didnīt make it back to the hostel in time for the 8am departure (much to my mothers satisfaction iīm sure, who isnīt entirely aware of this yet.. sorry mum!), so I spent the day lazing in the sun, exploring more of the town and itīs ...
... both Spanish and English (however the monotone guide managed to transition seamlessly between the two which was both confusing and funny). That night we headed out for one of the girls Birthdays, although she had come down with the flu after jumping out of a plane and never made it. Decent feed and home to bed. Off to Mendoza the following ...
We survived another night bus and walked to our hostel with the streets already hot at 9am, which didn't bode too well for the rest of the day. Alas, this hostel was less accommodating than the last one: our room wouldn't be ready until 1.30pm, so we headed out to source some breakfast. 6 weetabix, shreddies, granola, yoghurt and a pint of milk did not make themselves readily available, so we settled for the alternative of cheese toasties and a banana milkshake with only ...
... around. It was fun to watch Martin introducing me over and over again, explaining he had only met me that same day at the plaza. The night kicked on, and after 3 hamburgers and lots of Gancia which is a local drink similar to Gin together with sprite I found myself in a circle with all the young crowd. Questions were being asked, and I was having a ball answering them "It's your turn to ask" said Lucus. "Alright then, who wants to join me tomorrow for a day trip somewhere?" ...
... as everything was shut. This may seem obvious to you, but in fact it is quite different when the Science Museum/Art Gallery/Palace/History Museum/Jesuit Block/Cathedral that you are attempting to enter proclaims brightly LOS DOMINGOS-ABIERTO. Annoying as, yes, we tried every one of the above. At least we got a lot of exercise.
Eventually we found the Fine Arts museum which was open, and trailed round in a rather ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility