Park Central Unique Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Pets allowed
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... conference, and having not much else to do for the day, I thought that I would check it out. Figuring that I would have to leave as soon as someone asked for my credentials, I walked into the fancy hotel, followed the signs to the conference and sat down among the enormous intellects to listen to some stuff which would have been interesting if I could understand more of it - something to do with everyone and everything being ...
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Finding a “cellphone” store that was incredibly popular we joined the queue and were soon led to a back room where a teller in a booth counted and exchanged our cash, receipt and all. However clandestine we felt this was a slick ...
... After a splendid breakfast in the hostel (possibly the finest of the trip) and a fair bit of faffing we set out to wander the streets. We went to see the Bohemian area of San Telmo which was full of antique shops where we spent several hours browsing the amazing range of items for sale. After failing to find Christmas presents for people in Bolivia we were hoping to take advantage of the black market exchange rates to secure some bargains so rather than ...