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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Salentein Mendoza
Excelente lugar, super cómodas las habitaciones, especial para relajarse y despejarse disfrutando un vino con vista al viñedo
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Solynico stayed here on Jan 23, 2015 during their trip titled: Solynico's Great Adventure.
It was unbelievably cold and my choice in clothes just didn't cut it. Thank god Maree was willing to share her second jacket as a leg blanket. And to keep us amused in between watching (geez Rugby can be a slow game at times) there was a very handsome Argentinian man sitting behind us called Joaquin. It no longer mattered that neither Maree or I understood the rules... oh those blue eyes. I even think Paul had a man crush as it turned out they had a lot in common both ...
... successful (we go on living until we don’t), and (b) because living requires effort and ingenuity, though this is also true of games as distinct from fights. So far as we know, animals do not live in constant anxiety about sickness and death, as we do, because they live in the present. Nevertheless, they will fight when in hunger or when attacked. We must, however, be careful of taking animals as models of “perfectly ...
... unfortunately. other hotels and hostels, saw English couple from Guide gave me **** for being only English speaking person on tour and was rubbish. Wouldn't turn round to talk to us and spoke to close to microphone so all muffly and couldn't understand him. I was only English person on bus. Briefly spoke to an elderly couple and tried to understand but apart from that I kept myself to myself. Scenery ...
... how you say, for big giving to children Us: Charity work? Fabio: YES, charity, he no ask money, he come over help children. He sit is my car, he sing he sign letter to Fabio (LOL)/ etc... Fantastic. Anyway we arrived at Corrientes, and tried to enter through a door that was clearly closed, with no lights on in the background. Suddenly, whosever idea it was to put on a tie and suit in a clearly dodgy area in a slightly nerve inducing city like Buenos Aires, began to ...