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... can have anything on the breakfast menu. We got eggs on toast, ham and eggs, eggs and bacon, pancakes, ham and --" "Eggs on toast. What's in that?" asked the boy. "Well, let's see. There's eggs. And also toast." "Give me that," he said. The girl had gone over to the coffee and tea which was provided for free. "Would you like anything?" I asked. "No," she said. Then, "Give me a cup. This one is disgusting." "Sure. ...
... for the BBQ which was the equivalent of about £4-£5 and was delicious! Loads of steak, sausages, ribs, pasta, coleslaw and salad. We were forced into playing drunk jenga with MJ which turned out to be quite fun. They have these shots called blood bombs which made up of energy drink, vodka and grenadine. At any opportunity the staff will try and get you to do one and because everyone had a tab it was hard to remember what you had spent.
... A german named Max spent some time with us the following day, he had become friends with one of the hostel staff Mathias, so after a walk in the countryside outside the city we were invted to his house for a swim and some Mate before being taken to a house party that his friend was hosting that evening. They were all very welcoming and generous but it was slightly stressful as I was worried they might think my silence was standoffishness rather that an inabilitly to say more than ...
... at the southern tip of South America. This is one of one of the greatest drives in the world and we will cover only a small section as we head off towards Cafayate, one of the premier wine growing areas in Argentina. The road out of Cachi is just dirt and gravel but in pretty good condition. Nevertheless I am happy we got the additional insurance for the car as stones are flying up and taking chunks out of the paintwork! All good fun pretending to be a driver on the ...
... a big statue covered with pigeons in the middle, cafe tables and umbrellas dotted around the edge. Also the pink cathedral, Catedral Basilica.
We explored round here, trying to also find the MAAM which had been recommended, it's a museum of archaeology of high altitude. Unfortunately when we did eventually find it, it was closed for Mondays. And there was an entrance fee so maybe just as well. So instead we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services