- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to her for long. Went out to get food, had tasty Chinese ish style sweet and sour chicken. Looked around shops for tops and jumpers no joy with jumpers and tops mire expensive than thought would be. Annoying realised when packing this morning that I no longer had my sports bra - they didn't give it back to me when doing laundry in banos - *******s. One of bras already digging in so now only two working bras and one too right. Looked in supermarket at bras but expensive. ...
... museums. One was the beer museum, another was devoted entirely to soccer (these people are crazy for soccer!) and the third to a famous Ecuadorean musician, Julio Jamarillo. That was awesome! Right away we saw two South American harps, countless guitars, music and radio memorabilia, and so much more. It was really terrific. I even bought a book of songs written or arranged by Jamarillo... it will be a challenge to arrange for folk harp, but I ...
... how she done better ones in Australia. I had been told that night buses are always freezing so i wore a hoody and jeans, well not this night bus anyway. Its absolutely roasting, its like im in Cartagena again! Simone being the junkie weirdo she is loads up on sleeping pills, ahe hasnt even tried to sleep yet. Why cant she be like any other normal person and just close her eyes to sleep? Ear plugs in, its time to try sleep this bus ride or tomorrow is going to be a ...
... Patriots loss last week, and got to see them crush Minnesota today.
I only left the hostel to pick up something for lunch at halftime during the Pats game, and that was it. I even stayed in at night and got a pizza delivered so I could watch the Sunday night game while relaxing. It was a pretty perfect day. I’m feeling a little more relaxed ...
... trees and lots of iguanas. We saw close to 30 iguanas in the park, 30 or so turtles, birds and a cat close to death (poor thing). The iguanas were awesome. Next we went to explore the Los Peñas area at the end of the Malecon. The area is 2 hills covered in brightly painted, colonial houses. It's a really pretty looking area of the city. We walked to the end of the malecon and then up some stairs, up some more stairs and up even more stair cases. Slowly ...