Howard Johnson Resort Pilar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Room service
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... twice over!! On the way back home stopped for drinks in the this wonderful trendy area of Palermo. Roadside bars have an amazing entertainment. It is called driving. At each crossroads there are at least two bars or restaurants with tables on the streets. There are no road markings at all and as Saturday night wore on and the bars and restaurants got busier, the driving and parking became more and more ...
... connection and hit a deli where we had a delicious BBQ sandwich, salad and jar of lemonade. One side note about the area that we've forgotten to mention - they love juice. They'll make juice out of all fruits and there are stands on all the street corners selling fresh squeezed juice. We love it because they also make great lemonade - not the concentrate **** we're used to in the US. Lunch was late and it was a rough day so we decided a ...
... but in my last 48hrs, as I started to get to know the people and landscape of Argentina, the images and sounds of the Aristocats' rhythm, Sleeping Beauty's appreciation of nature's forces and Alice in Wonderlands tea parties kept streaming around in my head. All I'm sure partly inspired in part by Walt's and his team of animators journey to South America in 1941, planned as a strategy to help ease the rising fascist and nazi sympathy movement before USA ...
... an absolute shithole but we didn't have much choice so we paid for the one night and couldn't leave quick enough the next morning to hunt for a better hostel. It was easily in the top 2 worst hostels we have had on this trip, the other guests were all creepy so it was lucky we had a private room we could lock! The next day we walked around checking other hostels we had found that we liked the sound of but they were all booked out too. Not exactly what ...
... here, especially in the area I'm staying in, which is nice as there's loads of cute dogs always being walked around the streets and in the parks. 4. They DON'T like cleaning up after their dogs though! So dog **** is the first pavement obstacle you have to contend with here. You must always pay attention and look where you're stepping! 5. The second pavement obstacle is air conditioning juice, which drips from shops and apartments above all the streets. So ...