Rooney's Boutique Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Good thing because it was HUGE! Today we bid farewell to Mendoza. Luckily we had a late afternoon flight so we were able to take our time packing and getting ready. We even fit in some pool time and a final wine tasting. For lunch we stumbled upon a local bakery. There were baskets fill a variety of breads which are used for all their sandwiches. They also had an equally as large selection of pastries. Since we had two suitcases and two cases of wine for our luggage we ...
... protesting when their sons ‘disappeared’ during the ‘Dirty War’ under the Argentine military dictatorship (during the whole ‘war’ over 30,000 went missing). At the time gatherings of more than 3 people were not allowed, and the first time the women met to protest a policeman didn't throw them directly to jail, but advised they would need to leave right away. Instead, they split their group into 3s and started walking around the plaza. They have done ...
... Of the public gardens the Jardin Japones is probably great if you have never been to Japan, and the Jardin Botanico is fine for a quick stroll, as are the leafy, green and affluent areas of Palermo and La Recoleta.
Finally Colonia del Sacremento, an hour away in Uruguay by speedboat, is perfect for a day trip with cobbled streets, a delightful sunset promenade, and an almost horizontal old world mediteranean atmosphere. And you get a bonus passport stamp. Happy days. ...
... sugar is 2nd only to oats in the ingredients
Curious today was the chicharron bread, a white loaf with
bits of beef fat mixed in, a Gaucho version of bread and dripping – was not
By 1pm still no action other than a few locals dancing to
taped music, so headed off – only so long you can stand in a fug of BBQ smoke
and smells windowshopping.
What an amazing city this is! Today I caught an early morning flight from Santiago to Buenos Aires. I booked a hostel right in the centre of town (Microcentro) so I could have easy walking access to the big sights in town. As soon as I checked in to my hostel, I was out the door to explore my ...