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- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... no sugar, and definitely no cinnamon or caramel sauce. But lovely none the less! At the top of the San Cristobal hill we also found numerous stalls that sell "Mote con huesillo", which is a very sweet drink consisting of peach juice, some peaches and wheat. Very weird, but filling! A meal and a drink in one! In the afternoon we joined yet another walking tour, which was once again very well presented and fascinating. It was very interesting learning more about ...
... Chorrillana, not realising it was meant for sharing. I was presented with an enormous plate of sliced, fried steak mixed with fried onions and egg, on top of fries. I like the occasional food challenge, but this was ridiculous. I left a few fries. A couple of different buskers played short sets while I ate. One more cerveza to allow some time to digest dinner. On the way back I saw a guy showing off his keepy upy skills at traffic lights. ...
... looking for a coffee shop..( starting to have coffee withdrawal) . This mall was incredible... Seriously... It had an indoor and outdoor section.. Similar to a indoor and outdoor Yorkdale! Only went to a few stores but will have to go back! Spending the rest of the night at our place after going and getting some groceries. Chilling with a bottle of wine that was left by the staff and watching the Argentina and Uruguay ...
... through the window that we are stuck. A young family was there and the father, George, instantly caught on to my dire need. Together we drove to the river and assessed what we needed for the problem. Both cars had hitches, so pulling the camper-van out was a solution. We gathered bendable metal wire. The first attempt failed, my knot broke. The second attempt failed, George's knot broke. Hopelessness came back, but we tried again. As the saying goes, ...
... I was going to keel over. It was literally STRAIGHT UP.
Now Alejandro and Reese climb mountains for sport (both have climbed Anaperna in the Himalayas - thought to be the toughest climb in the world) so this was no big deal for them. And Ruth was a 20 something, in very good shape. Me? I'm in good shape, but I don't have 20 something legs, feet or back. So by the time we reached the top of the climb where the path flattens out, I ...