Hotel del Casco
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... in the 1870s due to an outbreak of yellow fever. All the rich people moved to Recoleta (which is still the posh part of town) and left all the slaves looking after the houses to die (charming). Recoleta now houses the weirdest cemetery either of us have ever been to - row upon row of grotesque mausoleums arranged like a town of terraced houses. You can actually see the coffins stacked up on shelves within each one. One of the most famous residents is Eva Peron (Evita ...
... tombs. It felt more like walking around a city with small buildings rather than a Cemetery. The rich pay for there extravagant tombstones and 100 years burial. After the 100 years, relatives are asked to pay fees, almost like rent to keep the bodies here, some cant afford/don't want to pay and so the bodies are moved from the tombstone to another lower class cemetery. It's ridiculous, we even seen some for sale signs on the tombstones. Bizarre but weirdly beautiful are the only words ...
... I realized we weren't following the same path as we had when I'd gone with API. I was waiting for the road to come to a Y and then I would start counting the numbers of the street signs so I knew where to get off. Yupp, forty five minutes later I decided I should proooobably get off the bus and figure out where I was. I was irritated. Tired, irritated. McDonald's has been a haven haha, for wifi, for directions. I went inside one near my stop and asked for ...
... a fun night speaking Spanglish and it also acted as an interesting cultural exchange with some locals filling me in on the latest in current affairs etc (including those islands). The weather has been rather off and on, with some of the coldest March days in twenty years. I've now moved house again, with my new abode sporting a lovely garden, which I'm hoping to be able to fully utilise! The sun did shine brightly on Thursday though, when I took a day trip out ...
... sand and there was an ocean; the only difference was the disproportionately high number of absolutely beautiful human beings, we unfortunately did not fit into this category. The fact that restaurants didn't open until around 8pm, meaning we were eating our steak around 9:30pm did not help matters as the steak was still clearly visible around our waists the next day; I have no idea what those people on the beach ate but I can tell you it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility