- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
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... humanity by chasing red herrings, canards, rumors, and wild geese into the most lurid rabbit holes conceivable - which is to say, go to any length to ensure that the buck stops anywhere but here.)
It's very cheap to live in this region, and like other places I've seen in Argentina, the camp sites are clean and well-equipped. Camping is far more common here than in other countries in Latin America, and ...
... and hot water were working before accepting the room – this time we were in luck.
Tucuman is famous in Argentina for being the place in which their Declaration of Independence from Spain was signed on July 9, 1816, and the first Constitution was written. But unlike Philadelphia, it is a small and sleepy city. We learned that most Argentine stores are closed after 1:00pm on Saturdays and all day Sundays, so the town looked ...
It has become apparent that I find it fairly easy to adapt to new environments. Santiago del Estero is totally different to the busyness of Lima, Cusco, Puerto Maldonado, La Paz and Buenos Aires. There are no tourists here and everything is ... easy going. No tight deadlines. And although it is not how I operate normally (I like to do 101 things in 100 minutes), I love it here. Monday was a prime example of que sera. I woke up, went ...
The bus actually got to Santiago much earlier than it was scheduled for, so I hung about for a bit, looking out for Lucia (my sister in law)'s mum (also Lucia) and dad (Coco). The terminal was big and nicely decorated with tinsel and Christmas arrangements of penguins and snow capped houses. It is always so surprising for me to see the very western ideas of Christmas being manifested in other cultures. Santiago is one of the hotter places in Argentina. One day last month it was ...
The decision for us both to proceed together on the motorbike came about suddenly on Wednesdaty at breakfast. To be completely frank I (Mark) was not exactly eager to climb onto the back of the bike. I had taken an overnight bus to Buenos Aires from Montevideo, and then later that day I had taken a 20 hour excellent bus ride to Salta. I was resting in Salta, recovering from a 2013 that had been a little too exciting. I ...