- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... from the journey, so we wondered a bit. Until we found a restaurant where I got a delicious veggie pizza (had eggplant and zucchini). After that we decided to escape the rain and hang out at the hostel. My observations: The Uruguay - Argentina board is very chill; Even the small part of Argentina I've bussed across is way more hilly than Uruguay- late addition this is not my observation anymore! Not all buses are created ...
... definitely in the Entre Rios province.
Lunch on the bus was a couple of micro thin plasticky crustless
ham and cheese sarnies with crackers and biccies. Finally got to Colon after
4pm and grilled tourist info but was a struggle, both the overheating with the
heavy luggage on the gravel streets and not being able to get a hanky to blow my
streaming nose – have been under the weather since yesterday.
... delta at this stage. The road led from island to island above ground, before going under for some 4 km. The tunnel was clear and well lit. I was relieved.
Paraná city is small and is in part a bedroom city for Santa Fe. We were soon through it and were on route 18 going East when the heat hit us. The countryside did not differ much from what we had seen the day before. All went well until we were stopped by the police. ...
... found the reception, however, we were informed that a school group of about 70, 11 and 12 year old campers were there and would be engaged in "night activities" until 2am.....we quickly packed up an left. Camping here can be a bit strange, as you have to pay a fee per person, and then a fee for the space you put the tent....not to rent a tent. Anyway, seems to be the standard in campgrounds around here.
Almost out of gas, and in search for a station ...
... up river possibly contaminating the river. It seemed to be quite a political issue between the two countries. with signs up in Colon advertising a rally of some kind protesting the mills. I read that Uruguay insists that they are following international protocols for the running of the mills, but obviously, with the Argentinean beach closures, the Argentines do not trust the whole situation, another interesting story...