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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... and its people so friendly. It's amazing to be able to speak the language at least a bit to make conversation with the locals and ask for the route when lost. Yeah I definitely can say I'm looking forward to come back and explore the south but for now: muchissimas gracias Argentina. Mucho gusto and can't wait to be back in three months. It's time to cross boarders again. Off to Bolivia!!!!! Soundtrack: It's gotta be the backlash of frozen mixed with milonga. I'll surely miss ...
... of police lined up with some Romans wandering around and someone who looked like Jesus laying on the floor. Intrigued, we went over to see what was going on. It seemed we had stumbled across a re-enactment of the crucifixion, complete with whipping and fake blood. Jesus had to drag a cross through the streets whilst being followed by most of the city it seemed. As hundreds of people sang in Spanish, the procession moving towards the sun setting behind ...
... they would chose the most beautiful kids.They would be buried.in order to meet with the ancestors and look after the local cities.. On the way here to Salta I clearly saw a face in clouds.Shaped.Closed eyes.our guardian. have to go now.The bottom line is..bought cheap tickets and rent a car from tomorrow afternoon until Friday.We are well well excited.Very excited.Road trip can begin.May Pachamama guide our journey! ...
... neopolitan ice cream after Helen had been at it, I.e. no chocolate. After a mission to withdraw cash all over the town we unashamedly had a McDonald's and that night went to a nice restaurant for our last Argentinian slab of meet and bottle of wine! We met a nice group at the hostel, played pool with only a few balls and some wooden sticks and ate enchiladas. After a few games of cards Dee went to ...
... a wide open room filled with the color blue. We had no idea where the walls stopped and started. With the careful instructions of our guide, we walked forward to what was the edge of the room, our feet hanging over an azul abyss. Another we entered via human chain as we shuffled into a pitch black room, soon to find what looked like an endless chamber of foggy lit rooms. Hard to explain, find an exhibition near you.