- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us in a bit of the firing line for flying debris. Luckily neither of us got hit but we did see a guy getting strethed off to the ambulance, either from a rock impact or he fell out a tree.
At about 10:30 there was an intermission where the cars went and drove a different stage nearby which gave us about 4 hours to have some lunch, and find another prime viewin spot while the crowd diversed. We walked through the crowd of serious campers who had all brought their asado along ...
... what they wanted and everything went back to normal. We were a bit
dubious about going into the city after this, but went nevertheless and when speaking to locals about what had happened it was as if nothing had happened. Our first insight into how things work in South America.
We stayed for a few days and enjoyed the pretty city, it was like a completely different place to what we had seen on the news. One thing that struck us quite early on in Argentina was how ...
... all the beautiful buildings, cathedrals, plazas and presidential palaces. It's always a treat popping into the stunning cathedrals and admiring the ornate architecture and decor from the colonial 1500s. What the Spanish colonialists did was not cool, but they sure had an eye for decent architecture! Tummies grumbling, as they do, we enjoyed a late lunch at one of the millions of terrace restaurants on the main plaza. What followed was a lazy afternoon of ...
... closer to what we are used to (except for the fact that the mullet is alive and well here on many an argentian head). The people are the most friendly and helpful I've encountered, often a question asked in spanish will receive an english reply. This became useful, as I came down with a cold and almost entirely lost my voice.
My first stop was Salta, where I found posh hotels and swanky restaurants amongst older colonial buildings, and even a cable car up to ...
... where we had been, not only did he know of Chabad, he knew the Rabbi too!
We took one day trip out of Cordoba, on a TRAIN, our first of the entire trip. It is a little 3 or 4 carriage train that goes into the nearby hills to the small town Cosquin via various stops of smaller towns and viewpoints for us tourists to take photos from. In Cosquin we had a picnic and sunny snooze at the side of the river. The riverside view is very pretty except for one blot, a big ...