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TravelPod Member ReviewsStatus Hotel Casino Rio Grande
Très bel hôtel d'affaires avec de grandes chambres très confortables. Le week-end, les prix baissent de façon importante, ce qui permet de se faire un petit plaisir:
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... and all of a sudden we have 2 rooms at $AR 600 brilliant as this was $AR 350 cheaper than a few days ago.
It turns out that he is driving a support truck for 10 riders making their way up from Ushuaia who we meet in the bar later and end up going to dinner with and Marian hit the whiskeys. very interesting group we exchange email addresses and realize we must get stickers. ...
... volcano, that had been filled with clear blue mountain water. I’m sure it sounds wonderful, and I suppose it was except that volcanoes are quite high and exposed, and the wind howled all night. In a pop top this is a bit disconcerting since we really don’t know what this demountable was built to withstand.
An early start therefore was no problem and we got to the border just after eight and just after an overland bus full of about ...
... of Argentina.
Rio Grande's climate is strongly influenced by the ocean: generally
quite cool, and sometimes very windy. Also, due to its latitude, the
length of the day varies tremendously across the year. Winter days can
have as few as seven hours of sunlight, while ...
... in Annabelle’s case) the number of pages in our passports is growing thin and we like to ask for the stamps to be put in a sensible place, rather than having one stamp in the middle of the page!
Eventually the bus pulled into Rio Grande, a destination famous for US Presidents to go fly fishing, where we had to swap onto a smaller bus for the final leg of the journey to Ushuaia. After struggling to get our bags into the non-existent ...
... increased to 30km/h and I arrived in Rio Grande feeling like the Tour De France champion on the Champ-Elysee in Paris. To celebrate, we cheered our spirits up with some coca-cola and chips. It could not have tasted any better. The clock was showing 8:30pm. 12 and half hours on the bike! As we were all in pain, we opted for a day off for tomorrow. The day has been so exhausting for Neil than he was sick the entire night and had to stay in bed ...