Magnolia Hotel Boutique
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Touch down in Argentina brought an added excitement to Jenny as she has it in her mind to travel to all seven continents sooner versus later. We really appreciate her absolute desire to see the world and experience all it has to offer. There's no question that the time spent abroad has taught her to be accepting of other's beliefs and welcoming of …
... heritage and how, although I was Israeli, I was not Jewish, nor was I Muslim. I wanted to make this all particularly clear, especially given the fact she was an ex-officer for the Israeli Army. I got on really well with Ghen and we decided we would both go into town to change money together. I told her I would sit around until 10am when we would go into town to change money and have some food. Said sitting around turned into napping for 3 hours. I sat on the torn ...
I know this might not be the most exciting blog but allow me to vent.
The weather was bad in Bariloche the morning of my flight, of course it was as it is Bariloche and not Summer. So I knew my flight would be delayed and was advised - by the airline - to go to the airport later. I did. And then it turns out that they gave my seat - my confirmed seat - away. I learned this initially through the French couple i had been chatting to in the queue. They were ...
... and then to San Isidro for a brief market visit before arriving in Tigre. Tigre is built on a delta and has a range of housing from amazing properties to slums. The properties are serviced by market boats or taking your boat or kayak to the nearest shop. The delta topped a population of 400,000 in the 1800's, but now has less than 10,000 permanent residents. After returning from the tour we joined the fan area to watch the first knockout match where Brazil progressed in ...
... house because it was painted with a paint mix including cows' blood and lime because it's long-lasting. The guide also showed us a huge building built by two Italian brothers to house the tomb of Dante, but the body never arrived. Apparently, portenos (the people of the port i.e. people from BA) believe that they have the best, biggest, highest of everything so they lie that they have the widest avenue in the world (it's actually in Brasilia) and they also use a lot of hand ...