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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... that I'd not be getting mu tooth looked at there.
Had supper at one of the small restaurants on the plaza then bumped into Rolph, stopped at the laundry to pick my washing up before then going to the ice-cream shop that is renowned (in Lonely Planet) for the wine ice-cream - OK I suppose but no better or worse than any other sot of ice cream I've had here. Decided I'd walk to a hairdressers we'd managed to spot before - but ...
... besuchte das örtliche Filmfestival, wo eine Komödie über eine alten Weingutbesitzer gezeigt wurde.
Zu viert fuhren wir am nächsten Tag durch Quebrada de Cafayate. Pro Weg dauerte die Tour fast 50 Kilometer. Wir hatten am Anfang die Idee die Tour mit dem Fahrrad zu machen aber als der Preisunterschied nur drei Franken betrug zum Bus mit einem Guide, gönnten wir uns den Bus.Wir besichtigten verschiedene Felsformationen und Täler auf der Tour. Dabei liefen ...
... out for an early dinner but on leaving the hostel bumped into hundreds of local families all making there way into the central square. Keen to see what their Good Friday ritual entailed we followed them to participate in a candlelit walk around the streets as the service was played over loudspeakers all around town. Once we'd made our way round the loop, we ended up back near El Hornito, a cheap bite restaurant, where we'd planned on eating. Needing a break from all ...
... string represents a relationship: an impelling force, a resisting force, and a mediating or reconciling force (the frequency of vibration, which is the ‘interaction’ between the two poles yet is neither the one nor the other)....The fact that form and frequency are intimately tied is now indisputable. - John Anthony West
We seldom realize, for example, that our most private thoughts and emotions are not actually our own. For we think ...
Our time in Mendoza and Salta Argentina was wonderful. It's a charming and beautiful place. And while it can be very dysfunctional and messy, the people here were always wonderful ... more than we can remember anywhere else.
Below are a few pictures we ...