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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... often, it’s about time too. Happy I did Buenos Aires first and now more central and calmer cities to think more about my time-off, my plans and where I want to go.
Perfect mindset for the next 10 hours on the bus (even if I know I will fall asleep in 10 mins once in that “cama” confortable seat)
Goodbye Cordoba, “encantado” to meet you!
Next stop Mendoza. Wine, excursions, nature and my first horse ...
... together. Found a load of stairs and at the top there was a big park and a zoo and an old funfair. Walked to plaça españa and saw a whole new part of cordoba. It was really big there, castles and palaces, big museums, big roundabouts, ... Went to eat something before going to the museum, nice grilled veg and nice salads!! Then went to the museum of fine arts, it was CLOSED. Typical. The guy said that they were changing the works for an exibition and that at 20h there ...
... of sand, we were having a little gossip when I noticed a spider heading for Nadia's head. My thoughts?.......warn her so she can move......which is precisely what I did.....just with unexpected results!! I had barely finished uttering the word when she had bolted off her towel, fallen over and face-planted into the sand....in front of EVERYONE!!! This action also had a knock-on effect.....because she moved at the speed of light, the spider freaked and headed ...
... comes on the weekends, but Ramiro offered to make us a pizza and opened up a bottle of wine. We invited him to sit with us, which he eventually did after fetching us some olives and cooking up a delicious Napolitana pizza.
As we sat in an outdoor patio in the shadow of the four hundred year old ruins, we learned that the small, wood and stone rooms behind us were actually slave quarters for the indigenous population who were forced to build this place. ...
... visit to the stadium, was directed to a tiny, unmarked booking office next to a small canteen, halfway down a main road. Here, someone disappeared with my money then came back holding a grandstand ticket for the River side – Boca had sold out. Had I been the only one there, I would have suspected it was a fake, but there was a big line. So job done and money saved. Time for the beach.
And it was the busiest beach in the world. Like, ...