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 ...
... regular, soaking rain; sometimes tropical downpours. So we didn't venture far, instead watching some TV (the Bahrain GP being a highlight, and West Ham vs. Liverpool). Sundays here are rather like they must have been in the UK before Sunday trading laws were relaxed - nearly all the shops, bars, cafes and other businesses are closed, barricaded closed, and there is little to do - even if the weather had been conducive. ...
... you could find around and on the tables. At this stage there were no girls on the table. Maria warned me there were not gonna be many boys, and I told her I had absolutely no problem with this situation. The Argentinean culture is a very warm one, and that means that when you meet someone new, boy or girl you kiss. Now when you enter a room filled with 15 girls and 1 boy and you are obligated to give them all a kiss you don't complain, especially when they know your name ...
... gear on foot and horseback held back fans until it was the proper time to enter. Long before the game started I heard the team songs being chanted and the drums, which would not stop for hours, beating.
There are 4 main areas in the stadium. The south end zone is where the energy is insanely high. I think if you choose this section you are signing up for a day of chanting, screaming, waving and having flags tossed over ...
It was first class all the way to Argentina, thanks to two first class upgrades in a row, so descending into Argentina after seven hours of good food, red wine and liqueurs was a great way to start the trip. Flying in over Argentina, the endlessly flat landscape was a bit of a change after repeatedly flying in and out of the Colombian Andes. The grasslands and farmland seem to go for ever down here. The Argentinian accent for me varies from being a ...