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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 …
... season. My advice to anyone going there is to find a spot to allow yourself to be mesmerised by its power and drenched by its spray. Marvel at how the smooth, fast flowing brown river morphs as it hurls itself over the precipice into a treacherous white froth.
I’m struggling to find an analogy, but the only thing I can think that the white froth looks like is mashed potato - but mash doesn't move that fast or that loudly.
... the "Casa Rosa" (Red House) but it was formed as a merger of a post office (or something) and some other random building. Then, because you have to have proper streets, they cut an avenue through 4 blocks of buildings including the regional government administration building. Apparently it had to line up with the square so they couldn't shift it 20 feet. All this to form the Plaza de Mayo which ...
... as a traveler happened.
Ryan and I booked our tickets to go from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires at the same time. Buenos Aires has two airports, a domestic one (AEP) and an international one (EZE). We purposefully booked our flight to go into EZE because Ryan had to get an international flight from EZE to JFK. I figured it was easier for me to just get a bus to my hostel from EZE, than for Ryan to get a shuttle from AEP to EZE to ...
... that I'll pay as soon as I can. Franzi came over at 3 and she, Tom and I walked up beside the docks, visited a navy ship that was open for visits and had a drink on the dock. Said goodbye to Franzi and Tom as I went to the bus station (which was more stressful than I anticipated as neither of us knew where the subte station is - when we found one we realised we were ...