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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Salida de la Quiaca temprano en la mañana. Lo mas dramático del paso de frontera Bolivia / Argentina, es sin duda, la enorme diferencia en aspecto general del medio ambiente, sea esto x el paisaje, tanto como x los servicios y acciones generadas por el hombre mismo. Los mismo llamingos y borregos, pero gordos. El mismo Paramo, bien …
... in which he did NOT cry. He was definitely not his usual happy self on that day ;) For people with kids this is probably normal / bearable...for us it was close to torture and for the first time in 2 months we were actually looking forward to getting on a bus! ;) That final moment aside, we had a fantastic time at Livia's and Ale's and it was really hard to leave such good friends behind, knowing it will probably be several years before ...
... ball and salad, followed by Llama or lamb then dessert, they also provide bread throughout the meal!!!!. The men dancing was vigorous with loads of fancy foot work (reminded me a little of Waynes dancing) and stomping while the ladies swirled their skirts around, we then had a band that the locals obviously loved as there was alot of clapping and cheering, we couldn't understand anything they were singing, ...
... and local dance. The drink was Franca (a herby shot) and coke drunk by the fish bowl. One fish bowl down Erica patiently tried to teach me every regional Argentinian dance about 6 in total! They look effortlessly simple but they are not. Two fish bowls in I thought I was making good progress. Three fish bowls in marked the start of my demise! Good times ...
... but after a few local beers and a visit to the archaelogical museum that had a perfectly preserved 400yo Inca mummy we forgot all about that. Again the city gave off the feel of the vibrant yet laid back Argentinian culture - people who clearly had some place to be, but were in no rush to get there. The main square (Nueve de Julio) was always bustling with schoolkids, couples, trabajadores and revolutionaries alike (see photos). On my second ...