Regency Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... guy. We were coincidentally joined by our host Ramses, whose brother owns the pizza place where we dined and it turned out that although they didn't know each other, Ramses had been talking business on the phone with Nicolas' brother the same day - small world indeed. Later that night we were awoken by noises in the street at 3.30am. In the space of two hours a complete street market occupying the entire block was set up. We strolled through later ...
... bought a bottle to share at the lake, not really sure on weather or not drinking in public was illegal or not. But we took the chance, and we didn't end up in jail :-) I think, if you put in Uruguay on your itinerary, you should consider adding the ride to punts del Diablo.... Not punts del este, wich is to famous, overcrowded and overpriced. But since I didn't see my self lying on the beach, I was fine with going back to ...
... to sort out my stuff and then we went for some empanadas in El centro. I needed to get cash out and loads of the banks won't give you cash with a card that has a chip so after going to a few banks I was worried as at the beach there were going to be no ATM's and they told me I had to bring cash. So I said bye to Stephen and then went to find cash, which fortunately I did. I then went back to the hostel to get my stuff and got a bus to the bus station which wasn't very far. I am ...
... meat, meat and more meat and just a little saaaseech to round out the grill. It was a place that we just had to have lunch in. The building was over 150 years old, and there must have been 10 – 15 Asado houses cooking their specialties. We ordered the smallest portion that we could find (which was still huge) along with frites and chimichuri – we were in heaven.
... In Bolivia for example the cost would have got us 3 nights stay. It was a nice old rustic hotel with wood floors, a old school Victorian style lift and lovely sized bathrooms. The woman that ran the hotel Palacio was lovely but she ran it in a very efficient manner that probably hadn’t changed in 50 years. Everytime you left the hotel you gave her your key. Once we nipped down the lift and didn’t stop on level 1 (Where ...