Posada Las Perdices
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to see those bus stands only. There’s no central monitor, like there is at every other station in the world! So I found the area I was meant to stand in, and my bus wasn’t on the departure monitor. I asked a few people and they had no idea, so I just waited. Fifteen minutes after my bus was supposed to depart, I decided to go to the Chevalier desk upstairs and find out what was going on. Luckily the guy at the desk spoke ...
... yourselves friends. The greeting here is a kiss on the cheek, be it your first time meeting or your best friend, which seems to be a much warmer embrace then a handshake. Each time friends meet up they hug and kiss, while in America its rare that I even hug a friend hello. I was walking down the street the other day and I was about to pass this man, I prepared to maneuver around him because we were in a congested are. Instead he stepped out of the way ...
... which is apparently a normal thing for the police here looking for “blanco”. The first police boarding was the most interesting though. A guy in a quasi military uniform strode onboard with a thumb inside his belt and proceeded to eyeball all the passengers one at a time. With this seeming intimidation complete, he John Wayned his way back down the isle to the front and spoke to the driver in a subversive manner. Moments later ...
... in mind that Evan kindly walked me to my stop (let's face it, the trip would have taken 5 extra hours if he hadn't with my sense of direction!!).
So, this was where Argentinian timing (or lack of) really came into play!! My bus that was supposed to run every 15 minutes.......arrived 45 minutes later......then the trip that was supposed to take an hour.....1 hour 40 minutes!! Taking this into account and adding in the disappearing reference points ...
... church as we see it today. Built in the shape of the Latin cross, it also includes two parallel side chapels, one for Spaniards and the other for natives, although interestingly the ornamentation and pictures include representations of natives who helped to create the church.
Unfortunately from here on out pictures were forbidden, but the next stop was the Graduation Hall. A long thin and richly decorated room with many high benches ...