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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I spent all day on a bus today, and unfortunately, it wasn’t a very nice ride. The day started out with me having to pound on Ruben’s door to wake him up so I could check out and get a taxi. I was only about 6km (4 miles) from the bus terminal, but it took 45 minutes to get there due to the traffic. That was annoying. I got to the station to find out that this is the most confusing bus terminal I would come across in South ...
Cordoba is a large city known for it's universities. Staying one night in a wicked hostel, right in the heart of town. We went out for the most amazing dinner at a local restaurant eating the best steak we've had in Argentina yet, all washed down with local red wine.
Before leaving Cordoba we had to do cook group shopping. So we tested our language skills ...
... chair and eyes dilated with the panic of missing the bus you have already paid for, run shouting into the street, desperately hoping to hail the taxi you earlier thought you wouldn’t need and don’t have the money for. I think you will agree that this is a simple and effective guide, guaranteed to noticeably shorten your life, possibly exacerbating any cardiac problems you may already have. Unfortunately though, it does seem to ...
12/03/2013 Heathrow airport, pre departure.
I have checked in and am currently sitting in Heathrow airport terminal five, brainstorming all the things that could possibly go wrong. I have a first aid kit in my hand luggage just in case! Last nights dreams also proved to be preparing me for imminent disaster as I dreamed of everything from my flights being delayed and missing the connecting flight to my dad dropping me off at Dover instead of the airport and all ...
... guests! And as if that wasn’t enough pressure the entire exam was also given in Latin! Noting that the furnishings in this room were all fairly new we were told that students burned the furniture as part of their protests that led to the University’s reformation in around 1918.
The Jesuit Library was also en route and contained a beautiful collection of ancient and influential books in many languages. There was ...