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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> What governs what we choose to notice? The first (which we shall have to qualify later) is whatever seems advantageous or disadvantageous for our survival, our social status, and the security of our egos. The second, again working simultaneously with the first, is the pattern and the logic of all the notation symbols which we have learned from others, from our society and our culture. It is hard indeed to notice anything for which the ...
... to BoBo we had time to really admire the local architecture and tree lined streets of Palermo Soho which we all likened to Greenwich village NYC with trendy cafes on every corner, not to mention the amount of ink on show, coupled with the ubiquitous facial furniture in the Irish skivvy style. The first panacea for any of our ills was taken ahead of a tostado and ham sandwich in one of the local bars, then back for our rendezvous with Gabriel who was to drive us to meet ...
... city, visiting a plaza covered in ornately painted tiles and mosaics before heading to the wrong side of the tracks to pick up bus tickets to Santiago for 27th. The bus terminal was deserted except for the CATA desk, the company we had vowed never to use again after our trip to Mendoza and reluctantly purchased the last 2 tickets. On Christmas we awoke to find that the sun was shining as usual and celebrated with mimosas (bucks fizz) on the terrace. The rest of the day ...
Mendoza is a rather large city in western Argentina just east of the Andes, more or less on a direct line between Santiago and Buenos Aires. The city is at the center of Argentina's main wine producing region, which may be the world’s largest single wine-producing area in terms of output. France, Italy, and Spain produce more wine than Argentina but have many wine regions. Argentina has several other areas that produce wine but most by far comes from ...