Hotel Solans Presidente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... hired bikes for 100pesos each and cycled the whole 20km too. We made it right to the victoria bridge at the far end before I fell off and hurt myself pretty badly :(
●Ice cream downtown-This is where we met Maxi a very sweet waiter who was very excited to practice his english with us. In fact he did so for a little too long, ignoring the other tables too. He wanted to grab a drink after but his shift ended very ...
... spaces and pillars. But the Argentines love it.
We jogged back to the avoid the rain, and only ventured out again for a takeaway pizza. And that was it for the day, though we spent much of the night listening to the booming thunder and watching the regular lightning flashes, which shone through the atrium roof of our hotel.
Sunday was a lazy day, mainly due to the atrocious weather. It rained for most of the ...
... again but be sure to use the water before it boils and spit out the first 10 bowls that way it is less strong. Mate is the tea with a straw that everyone drinks here. It is super caffeinated and up to this point I have found it tastes like smoked leaves (i am trying to keep an open mind but so far not so good ha) i will try her suggestion this weekend. On our way home we stopped at a farm - Roberto wanted to pick up some flowers for the ...
... the military marched, with their camo uniforms and ridiculously massive firearms. And then the gauchos; kilometers of three amigos sorts, adorned in ponchos and jewelry draped cowboy hats atop horses, also draped in jewelry and instructed to do this sideways trot thing. A clear demonstration and respectable demonstration mind-you of the gauchos command over their faithful steeds. Impressive. It made me want to ditch this urban life and live off the land, eating canned food ...
... and then tomorrow on a bus north outof BA, before heading down into Uruguay and then probably flying north to Iguazu Falls on the border of Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina. BA is quite expensive, and Urguay much cheaper, apparently.
The Belgian girls had told me that they were quite badly ill in boliva, and that you cant travel there without getting ill. The water is very bad for your apparently but you cant avoid it. Urgh. ...