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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... they produce is considering the small area. Following a surprisingly short bus ride (for once it arrived too early) on steep, winding mountain roads we then arrived in Tucuman, Argentina’s 6th biggest city, in the evening and found a hotel close to the bus terminal. There, we spent a wifi-less evening trying to figure out what to do next.
The morning the 4 November, we went out in the rain to check the availability of train tickets to Buenos Aires to decide whether ...
... the best quality of life of any city in Latin America.
Uruguay was a place full of surprises to us and we were so pleased to have visited, whilst there is little tourism here in the winter so sadly no free walking tour we explored the city and took in the sights.
Just 140 kilometers outside of Montevideo is another city called Punte Del Este, this seaside town with a population of just oved 9,000 is the main seaside town ...
Heyyyyyy guyssssss. I'm really sorry I have barely been posting anything at all. We've been going pretty nonstop from place to place. The thing is, we get up early, perform 2 or 3 shows, and then travel at night to our new location for the next day. We get in to the hotels anywhere from around 9 to midnight. Almost every hotel or hostel we've stayed at has wifi, but the wifi doesn't work in our room. It's a bad excuse, but it's true.
Anyway! I've really really ...
... us some very nice buildings, the memorial of Mr Artigas (very famous for the independence of Uruguay and Argentina) as well as a national historic museum (it was more like an art gallery). After walking for over an hour to get to the centre we decided to take a local bus back to his flat. It cost 24 pesos (about 60p) per person and Simon told us he found it expensive (good luck visiting London then ;) That evening we were invited to ... an Asado with his ...
... gorgeous beaches and great restaurants. We were dropped off at Playa Brava and were asked to report back to the bus at 4:00 PM. We walked around for a little bit, did some souvenir shopping, and found a place to eat lunch. We ate at "El Tonel" restaurant which was recommended by our tour guide. Here I ordered breaded steak and french fries along with a beer. My roommate ordered 'Brochotte de Pollo' which also looked delicious. Our meals came out to about $22 each (pricey compared ...