NH City & Tower
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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In the morning of the trip, Paul made his decision to back out, to take care of his health issues. This is totally understandable, since Antarctica is rather remote, in case medical help is needed.
Since visiting the White Continent has my dream for a long time, and since I am rather useless to his situation, I decided to move forward …
... homly little room in Aregentina.
Ev woke up at 8.30 bright as a button after taking a tablet that prevents hangovers and went downstairs to inspect the breakfast buffet. After deeming it satisfactory she somehow managed to smuggle some food up to our room. Once I saw the plate of fruit I leapt out of bed and went down to overinduldge myself in vitamin C! Cleary fruit isnt as hard to come by here in Aregentina as it was in Peru and Bolivia. I ate fruit to ...
... for a picada (like an antipasto) and a homemade pasta with a mushroom cream sauce dinner. When we got back, Vidala cooked while I played some guitar and then we cracked a bottle of wine and had a nice dinner while we talked. We spent so much time talking that both of us lost interest in going out and we just stayed in sharing stories and showing each other photos until 4:30am when we decided to just go to sleep ...
... the vegetation (floating islands of reeds and water lilies) of the Ibera Marshes moves continuously. He had to push/cut our way through the vegetation in order to get into the water channel even though he and his helpers had cut a path for the boat the day before. It was a terrific boat ride and we finished it with a sudden downpour when we were on the way back to the dock. No harm done. ...
... We were out of the clouds and fog of the South Atlantic, with clear skies. Once the sun set, however, we were wearing our jackets to keep warm. And yes, we did have a liqueur after dinner.
Monday, January 26th, started, as I noted in the previous report, with a torrential rain storm. As we traveled north to the Rio de la Plata the skies remained overcast. Our ship which recently had been covered in snow was now in warm ...