Hotel del Casco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel del Casco San Isidro
Travel Blogs from San Isidro
... amongst the crowd of say 500 of us in a dark high vaulted room, he was elevated above us at head hieght on a moving treadmill type of a thing, that had table chairs doors etc flying at him. They herded us about to move us so they could quickly surrounded us all in a 50ft high silver foil like curtain. Little fairies proceeded to scream and run around the curtain bounding off it as it waves in and out. The lighting and extraordinary loud music was exceptional ...
... named Herman. Herman is very knowledgeable and passionate about his country and the history behind it. I learned a lot listening to him and asking questions with an open mind. The outings were to some interesting or historical location in town. On Monday there was an option of watching a Spanish movie in the afternoon, and on Wednesday the cultural event was a dance lesson at the school, either tango or salsa. ...
We have been looking forward to this...we've heard about the beef, we know about the wine, and apparently they dance tango in the streets! Yes, we have arrived in Buenos Aires!
But I'm getting ahead of myself, the bus journey first. So if we thought the 15 hour bus journey in Brazil was a bit tough, then a 20 hour bus journey in Argentina where they don't let you off the bus, serve you unidentifiable food, show a film ...
... pat down by a female police officer. This was the only big plane I had the whole 20 hours of transit. Solid turbulence the whole flight so the poor people trying to serve drinks had to keep running back to their seats all the time. In lima I purchased a souvenir bottle of Pisco sour (their local liquor) at duty free. Lima to San Salvador another 5 hours or something. On a small plane. Managed to be sat next to the only other Glutard on the entire plan. ...
... 8217;s Spring here as in NZ)
Many central city streets are ten lanes wide, with no lane marking in places, and really are too wide and fast to be user friendly to tourists - particularly as cars seem to have precedence over pedestrians on pedestrian crossings! No wonder countries like Brazil and Argentina produce good racing drivers- they must have gained heir ...