Da Vinci Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a great meal at one of them; it was called churvito, ham with cheese melted beef a fried egg on top, lettuce, tomatoes, green olives, cooked peppers and lettuce. We split this! It was good. Our bus ride took 3 hrs to get there, so a long day. We had our special dinner in the hotel: cheese, crackers, Apple and yogurt for dessert. I have to go someone is standing over me waiting to go to breakfast!
... part of the country where the use of coca is permitted. (Note to my ego: Please avoid the internet, especially email, when you've been chewing coca leaves and drinking mate for a week with far too little sleep. For you're likely to bring an already overactive mind to such an amperage that you deputize yourself as a cosmic gumshoe agog at conspiracy theories, convinced that you've solved the Mystery and thus ...
... address in hand, we wandered off of Florida Street to find the location, not entirely sure what we were looking for. When we arrived at the huge office block and worked out the flat number we wanted was on the 15th floor we were a little apprehensive. And, to make matters worse, there had been a power cut which meant the lifts had stopped and we had no choice but to take the stairs.... fifteen floors. No power also meant no air conditioning and a pitch black staircase with only ...
... first class, not second...PERIOD!!!!...after a long walk back, I decided I wanted some food which was not in the shape of a pizza or cakes and croissants so I went out to find something local to my house which was of Chinese or Indian origin...I was recommended by Ceaser my landlord about an Indian on Avenida Cordoba which was a block away and off I went...it was a lovely meal and for the first time in about 20 years I did not ask to change anything on ...
... all this required, so we set off with excitement and commitment to make the very most of our last Patagonian trek.
Steady rain met our challenge when we stepped off the bus, and narrowed our view for the first section of the tail as we hiked towards Paine Grande. But as we carried on with our afternoon, so did the reliable southern winds, blowing away the clouds and drying out the Pampas. We passed Paine Grande, the main Start/Finish ...