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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 …
... of a combination of antiques and collectibles as well as new merchandise; a very busy area.
We visited the Decorative Arts Museum, a former home of an Argentine aristocrat, who collected many European furniture pieces and art. I found a website of "free things to do in B.A." and one of the suggestions was a tour, given by volunteers. We took their aristocratic tour and saw many of the old ...
... I’ve spent tonight getting in touch with family and friends who I have missed in the last week. It’s crazy how much I’ve become used to being connected to the outside world while traveling, even in the most remote parts of the world. I’m absolutely exhausted from everything that’s gone on in the last month or so, so I’m looking forward to doing absolutely nothing for a couple of days and just recharging the ...
... only once we'd returned that we realised daylight robberies - sometimes at gunpoint - were still a real possibility in this area. One lovely woman stopped us in the street and told Mary to put her backpack on her front, which we did but I'm not sure that would have camouflaged two tall blond Europeans and one German wearing bright pink as tourists. Nothing untoward happened and it didn't even really feel that edgy. Seriously jaded by the time we got to Caminito though, we ...
... hangover food (yes, I went to maccieds a couple times), Paula and I admitted defeat. All our friends had left, and if we actually wanted to study, it was best that we left Milhouse! It was nice having a few days off, but we missed the place (we only moved a few doors away!) and went back there on our last night!
Overall, the nightlife and the people did not disappoint. But, I was definitely ready for some civilised behaviour in Mendoza, our next ...