Howard Johnson Hotel San Pedro
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the graves and crypts were open. It was a very interesting experience though and from the size of some of the graves there was definitely some money spent by some of the occupants! Later on in the day we walked back to the hostel and cooked a meal with Emily and Sam and tucked into our latest bargain, a 1 litre bottle of beer for 12.90 Argentinian pesos which is about ...
... or wrought iron gates to the tombs. Presidents, celebrities, wealthy business people and members of the Argentinian 'aristocracy' are buried here. Not somewhere to come if you're feeling a little bit weak of stomach. Or just don't like seeing coffins with dead people in them. STEAK This deserves an entry of it's own. The food was a tale of two halves in BA for us and we experienced some of the most amazingly good and the not so good of ...
... that breaking into Tango or a heartfelt solo at a moments notice is considered a nationally right. Disney got it right when he made music so vital to his story telling and it's no wonder each hero evolves a bit more each time they burst into song to challenge adversity, despair or use it as an invisible guide to find love. 2# THE ENCHANTED FOREST From Mowgli, to Simba, Sleeping Beauty to Snow White, escape to the forest away from civilisation to ...
... no effort whatsoever these people created so much heat and passion, while still looking elegant and proper. Towards the end of the night Sam and I plucked up the courage to get up and dance among the professionals. Our dance was very basic, but we managed not to bump into anyone or make fools of ourselves. Later in the week we went back again with a Canadian couple from our hostel. With our second lesson we learnt a new move, and with two moves under our belt we felt like ...
... Magdalena. With dingy rooms playing different music, material draped here and there, and an interesting mix of people, it had more of a house party atmosphere than a club. We opted for the Latino room with non-stop Samba music and a caipirinha bar, and did our best to look stylish while being flung around by people who could actually Samba! Crossing over into Argentina we noticed quite a big difference immediately between the two ...