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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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After checking out of the hotel we get the free shuttle bus to the Glacierium, a museum about the formation of glaciers. Everyone else on the bus stood in the queue to get tickets to visit the ice bar that is also there, presumably because the entry price included all you could drink in the time allowed inside! They were all young people. The museum was really interesting and ...
ingredients for/Italian food are widely available – 8 brands of parmesan, fresh
pasta of 20 types, gnocchi in 5 flavours, even pizza dough in good
supermarkets, polenta, plus Italian restaurants are almost as popular as
... bottle of white wine during the mean and before our lesson, but it must have worked cause I remembered the steps. The tango show were watched after our lesson was excellent. Tomorrow is our free day in Buenos Aires and there's a variety of things to do. Some people are planning to go across the river to Uraguay, some are venturing off shopping and exploring, whilst 5 of us are heading out of town for the day and learning all about polo. Today is Polo day. We ...
... water. When we were sufficiently stuffed full of freshly squeezed juices, Arepas (grilled corn meal cakes) with guacamole, sweets, soups, muffins and Indian samosas, we continued along the train line to Tigre, 35 kilometers north of BA. There we took a boat through the rivers of the surrounding delta region, through coffee colored waters fed by inland jungle streams, passing by stilt houses, kayaks and motor boats, stopping to walk along the trails on one of the hundreds of islands ...
... advising us to vacate the area immediately. That night we managed to round up the whole hostel for a night out; we were a merry group made up of some bubbly Chilean sisters, three odd german boys, and Carlos the receptionist.
On Sunday we had a beautiful day. We started with live music on the streets of San Telmo, and then walked through the mind-blowingly large fair full of an unprecedented volume of people. We felt like we saw all ...