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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On Friday we went to Recoleta and visited the cemetery. It is really
impressive. I didn't really know what to expect but all the graves are
like tombs or mausoleums. Most of them had alters when you looked in
the glass and the coffins would be placed underground level which would
be reached by going down steps. We could even see …
... well and were ready to hit the city of BA. Not looking particularly fresh we headed to Milhouse to meet our many groups we had met along the way. Since we were the first to arrive, we got the necessities done, changing our money on the black market. Heading down avenida Florida, Rhiannon obviously learning from the best in Andrew negotiated us a good rate. We were then taken into a kiosk where the exchange was done...a different ...
... I am getting the hang of the Argentinian accent althoguh I won't change my Mexican Spanish for the Argentinian accent. He then dropped me back at my hostel. I spent the early evening snoozing and reading my book. One guy who has been at the hostel a long time is from Chile. He loves making an asado. So he came around to collect 50 pesos about £4 from everyone who wanted to eat and then he cooked up a storm. I ...
... t want our last night in Cusco to be blighted with the noise that seems to be ubiquitous in all developing countries. While the room was probably smaller than what we had first been offered, and a little on the dark side, the plusses outweighed the minuses by a long way. It was on the ground floor (so no stairs to negotiate with our exceedingly heavy luggage), it overlooked one of the pretty original internal patios (the hotel has seven), and it was ...
... to the driver who ushered me across rather than beeping, and even the taxi driver who only tried to rip me off by two quid, Argentinians thus far have been nothing but friendly and courteous to the degree that I have been quite taken aback. Similarly the normally ubiquitous smell of urine around South American cities is virtually non-existant, virtually.
However I was somewhat perturbed by the death of the president of the Argentine FA as this meant there was ...