Howard Johnson Inn Villa General Belgrano
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Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
... traditions, I even saw some Irish dancing up on the main stage, and a highlight for me was most definitely seeing hundreds of people simultaneously descend in to a raucous and enthusiastic rendition of the birdy dance! If you love beer then this is an event not to be missed, and if you love traveling then this eccentric little town is definitely worth a go for its novelty value!
... Then yesterday 3 exchange students came over then later on Sol, Conci and Caro came over and we had pizza and hamburgers with my 2nd family and my current family. I jumped into the pool and they thought i fell in. We then had ice cream and after that 2 more from schol came and everyone left at 11.30pm, and by that point I was ready for bed.
It was an amazing birthday, thanks for the presents and all the lovely messages on facebook ...
... depths of cold water! Apparently the river is packed in summer, but with winter approaching we were the only ones around! The water was so clean and pristine; there were even fish that could be seen with the naked eye. We both loved this spot and could see why Fede talked it up so much when he was in NZ.
From here we headed in the direction of their family ranch ´el rancho´ and stopped off at a unique place called La Cumbrecita, a small ...
... managed to trudge through it slowly in my walking boots, with my rucksack on, to get to the bus stop (this was actually the most fun I had all week!) but that is all.
Besides this, I just don’t need a retreat. I’m wholly relaxed as it is. And, in fact, having to work in the garden for 4-5 hours each morning, in the baking heat, under pressure from other keener visitors to start as early as possible (6am), is actually a little bit stressful. You ...