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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we went along with it. Cementario de la Recoleta is significantly more decorated than any other on my radar, each grave housed in some form of extravagant monument. However, I was unable to derive much enjoyment from our brief stroll around. That said, Rach questioning whether the cemetery operated a one way system did provide me with a laugh. I doubted whether anybody had queried the pedestrian traffic system of a graveyard before. On the Sunday evening I headed off to ...
... area where they all lived down near the docks. They made houses out of all the waste from the docks and lots of families lived in one house and shared the kitchen and bathrooms. The houses are made of correlated iron and it is a low socio economic area even today. An artist decided years ago to try to improve the area and all the houses were painted bright colours, it is now a tourist attraction to see the art and houses in the area. There are always local artisans set up with ...
... guy [literally] sat next to him so that he can TEAR OFF THE $%&/ING PERFORATION then there is something very wrong. If they are very helpful and say ´yes of course i can give you a breakfast voucher, our apologies for the delay´ and it takes about 15 minutes to sort out, you´d think they would give you a voucher for the cafe that is actually open wouldn´t you??? Not one which will open at 8am. Or am i being completely unreasonable here (there is only a one word answer to ...
Other than going out to sort my Spanish lessons the morning was a bit of a bust. Someone half inched the rolls I made yesterday from the kitchen fridge much to my irritation. Instead I headed to a nearby bakery for some cheap pasties. Now the town is back to a normal working week it feels a lot more alive.
I went for my lesson at half 2. They use a 'tourist rate' for ...
... the 8.30pm one so had to wait for the 10.30pm show. As we waited we ordered some food. And after much pained thought, decided to buy the apple pie - which sadly wasn't very nice. But the cider and burger I ordered for dinner was superb! At 10 we headed down to the stage area. We lucked out and got a table front row. The show started off with a man singing - he had this great authentic voice. When finished, these scantily clad girls (looking somewhat like ...