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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We again stayed with our friends in Windsor for a few days where we finished our tour of Windsor Castle, went again to our favorite pub -Two Brewers - and just walked through the city and countryside. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed our few days there. On the 18th we caught a train to Portsmouth and then took the over night ferry to St. Malo on the coast of France where we rented a car. We also rented a terrific house ...
... making the most of the sun. The city has so many different areas that one minute it feels like Budapest and the next minute London or NY! We got back to the hostel, got ready and went to have a few beers with Pascal. We got chatting to a group from the UK who have been working in aus for the past few years and ended up going with them to a club called Bahrain then came back at about 4 which is early for the Argentinians! Everything happens so much later here, dinner ...
... to show us the sights of Buenos Aires. Firstly we stopped at the Recoleta cemetery, where there are 5,000 mausoleums of overwhelming proportions. Here amongst them lies a monument marked simply "Familia Duarte," it is where EVITA rests. The champion of the working classes, she would not have wished to be buried here amongst the influential and wealthy, ironically her husband Peron does not lie with her but is in a public cemetery elsewhere!
... office at the main bus station in BA to try and change our bus. Unfortunately they were really unhelpful and said we had to change it online so bit of a wasted journey. In the end, we managed to refund our old tickets and get new ones online with the help of Google Translate but it was a right palava. For our last night in BA we ticked off another must-do - seeing a tango show. The boys had no interest whatsoever in doing this, so Neens and Jules went on their own. It has been at ...
... of my life, and without them, I have incidents like Saturday where I just hysterically cry from a thought. Bah. I miss home, yes, but at the same time, I don't want to leave here because I like it a lot. I love the people. I don't know what I'm going to do without my church family. Oh, and I've decided end I'm going to run a half marathon this spring, so I've been trying to train every morning! No promises about when the next one comes...you're lucky I didn't have to write my fifth grade blog ...