Holiday Inn Santa Fe - Argentina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mixture (think lemonaide). It was so good I think I took down a whole thermos full all on my own. The food was also incredible. Lots of BBQ and homemade dishes throughout. His grandmother made pancakes for NYE but they were almost more like crepes. Except, instead of fruit and cream they were filled and topped with boiled eggs, olives, and god knows what else but it was incredible. His grandma is awesome and also does some acting, check out this youtube video of ...
... wine both of which were really good and less than $5. Argentina is proving to be much more affordable than Uruguay. We are also assisted on the money side by the instability of the Argentinean currency. The inflation and rapid up and downs of the local peso means that everyone wants American Dollars as they are more stable and are likely to rise. This has caused there to be 2 exchange rates. The official one used ...
Santa Fe is the next province over from Entre Rios. You have to cross the Parana river, or rather go under it. There is a tunnel that goes under the river between Santa Fe and Parana. The people of these two provinces are very proud of their tunnel and get a little upset if you are not very impressed by it - unfortunately having lived in NZ where we have a number of tunnels I don't think I should quite enough excitement. Once in Santa Fe ...
... was a mattress. I had a super comfortable blow up mattress post shower ready for me with clean linen. It was around a week since I slept on a good mattress, not to mention lack of linen. I was so pleased to lay down clean and ready for bed.
"A day in the life of Eli" was about to commence. We ...
... Needless to say we have yet to eat out here. I imagine the fact that everything closes down in the afternoons for 2 to 4 hours (presumably to nap) allows people to stay awake later. We’re slowly becoming accustomed to the ways of Argentina.
This meal was served, more or less, at a standard dinner time, 10:30 p.m. We had dessert of dulce de leche liqueur, tastes like candy, yum! We were delivered back to Rover around 1 a.m. with full bellies, big smiles and new friends. ...