- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... was altered some when we showed up (via train and a long walk) to Mr. Hugo's bike rental and they didn't have bikes for kids. We made a impromptu decision to call a taxi and have him drive us to 2 different wineries. The first stop we took a tour and this quaint little winery that still uses the cement tanks before it barrels. We found this in a few of the older historic family run set ups; super cool! From ...
From Buenos Aires we travelled west to the wine capital of the country, Mendoza. We stayed there for a week, partly because it was beautiful and very cheap, and partly because Scott was trying to set up some Spanish lessons. Mendoza is a city of about 1 million people, set right at the foot of the Andes mountain range, and is dry and dusty, apparently making it ideal for hundreds of miles of vineyards and olive trees. Within a day of being there our lips, noses and skin were dry. ...
... sort of things you may or may not show anyone because they might only have a weird, personal significance. I don't think there's much harm in taking pictures of dinner, but most of the time I don't feel like it merits a picture. Most of my pictures would probably fall into the second category I described. I frame them just right and worry about the composition and colors and focus and everything, even though I'm just using my phone. I doubt my pictures ...
... of the group catches up.I am once again witnessing fairy tale wonder and I lament that Tolkien never came here as surely he would have been inspired to add another chapter to his book.
Once again and too soon as is the nature of these tours we have to move on ,this time we begin to climb and climb above the lake and again we are surrounded by mist as the perfectly formed layer of cloud that was seen below has now been entered and visibility is only ten ...
... who would think they would have more than one!) she eventually found me, having endured a fun bumpy ride to the public hospital. This place worryingly reminded her of Sona Prison in Panama from Prison Break (from the slightly disappointing season 3)... It was not a pretty sight. The public hospital was reluctant to treat me because they're funny about insurance, so an ambulance took us to the private hospital where we eventually saw ...