- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that we just came along so well and had a good few days together. Later we went to see the fish market and as I said it wasn't busy. We got to try some salmon (and I'm not the person who eats raw fish.) After chewing on it for quite a while I spit it in my hand and carried it along until Alison advised me to drop it on the ground. I just couldn't find a trash bin. On the way to the bus we headed through town ...
... open top bus experience, and went driving around Buenos Aires on a big and indiscreetly yellow bus with earphones. No one would have guessed we were tourists. We drove through the Central Plaza de Mayo and Avenida de Mayo and the various districts of the city each known for something or other, Monserrat, the oldest part of the city; San Telmo, the cafe and antique store district; Recoleta, the museum and cemetary; La Boca, the artist district and home of ...
... sadly misconceived notion of adventure, to spurn these very practical and eminently affordable transportation options in favour of glumly staring down passing vehicles with their thumbs partially extended in a forlorn and despondent attempt to convince these independent, and admirably clean, people to invite them into their similarly grime-free cars in order to help them avoid sharing in any of the legitimately onerous costs of owning, maintaining or driving a ...
... end when we had our best meal to date - The waitress informed us the dish she recommended was definitely enough for us to share. She wasn't lying. It was huge and very tasty. Thai cooked tenderloin beef and veg. We ate this outside on the terrace overlooking the lake with a direct view of the volcano. If there was meant to be a sweet moment to end the day this was ...
... s damn heavy! Then soon enough we’re in and practicing the moves with reasonable success! Then we set off and we’re into some fairly decent rapids fairly quickly – and Linda is not happy! All the training goes out of the window, though there’s no escape route to anywhere safer than we are now – so she has to go along with it despite some very vocal protests! The water flattens out a little and we stop – primarily as there’s a ...