Holiday Inn Porto Alegre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... refused to let me have an incoming call on his phone!
Wasted so much time and energy that it was already starting
to get dark – much as I really wanted to check out Dirty Old Man, a bar with
microbrews, I was thwarted and had to head to a super for some generic rubbish –
don’t think I’ll be giving Brahma a look in again – hopefully I won’t ever be
... 190) - which is a very good and comfortable plane. We landed on time at the AEP Airport in Buenos Aires, at the banks of the "Mar del Plata" or River Plate, where we then did the immigration procedures (we had to collect our luggage from the carrousel and go through more security scanning before dropping our luggage to their way to El Calafate). We had time for a snack before boarding (sandwiches and orange juice, 307 Pesos, that I had to ...
... sit on his own, try to 'accidentally' steal someone else's pillow, snored and had elbows all over the place! I managed to explain it was only 1 blanket each so I got my blanket back (which is all i was bothered about) and the lady who had dropped her pillow I think just demanded it back. The food was pretty decent - chicken stuffed with ham and cheese served with rice and a side of queshe. Wifi actually worked inboard too which was ...
... started off asking a super sketchy Brazilian with a ****** rats tail who wanted $500 for both of them. We would have paid $300, but then Jenny went and asked some Algerians if they had spares. Turns out they did. I stayed out of the way and watched a police helicopter take off and when she returned, she had 2 category 1 (the most expensive) tickets just for the two of us.
I was just hoping she didn't ...
... had a bit of a language barrier we were still laughed and joked and we managed to dispel their belief that all English people were serious haha. Dinner was incredible, we had fejoeda (Brazilian black beans), steaks cooked in their BBQ grill and salad and veg. There was even homemade dessert and coffee for afters. We drank red wine, home made by her grandad that was his last batch before he died and they even have us ...