Hotel Solans Libertador
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... really really love ice cream in Argentina! There are at least 3 different chains of huge icecream restruants plus all the smaller independant places. Don't blame them though, their ice cream is amazing!
●In public toilets, you are normally expected to tip someone at the door before entering. I often wonder what I have paid for since toilet rolls, locks on cubicle doors, toilet seats and working flushes are not ...
... Monday was another day for chores, as we spent the first few hours at the Sanitorio having my blood test, after some almost interminable waiting. After that, we switched hostels, to the Rosario Inn - the Altea was a bit pricey, but a nice treat - and then to the bus station to buy onward tickets to Salta. After some more money changing, we had lunch in Pico Fino café, to avoid the torrential downpour, as the regular ...
... spread out perfectly along the grill, cheese placed on the Asado and fray bread being warmed up in oven. I was ready to take it on. We all sat around the table and the feast began. Meat, meat and more meat. Non stop, as if i was in Charlie and the steak factory. It was delicious, and together with the red wine bottles that he and I consumed by ourselves things just got better. My taste buds were having the time of their life, and this was before the cakes were extracted from ...
... it, take it to far and make something fun into something terrible. I consider myself fortunate that even with my ignorance I made it out unharmed. I also realized that my ignorance may have put my friends in harm, so for that I am a little regretful. This experience will live on forever in my memory and I will remember it for the love and passion. Thanks to Sebastian and his family for putting up with me and giving me one incredible memory!
... seems to have a monopoly on the market, however that brand produces a range of nice beers so it’s not too bad. You buy beer by the litre here, which I am not complaining about although it’s a little inconvenient that to buy a bottle of beer from a shop you need to bring in an empty bottle to exchange or pay double the price. It took a little while to realise this is what the shop keeper was telling me since it seemed so ridiculous to refuse ...