Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... We walked around parks with lots of large monumental statues, as well as modern sculpture like this Floralis Generica. It can be opened and closed. This overpass also caught my eye. Walking along, I see this giant succulent plant, and a woman and her daughter are cutting fronds. I ask what she uses it for, and she hands me the huge piece of aloe, showing how wonderful it is for the skin. The potted plant in my house ...
We enjoyed a leisurely morning in the town of Iguazu, walking round the shops and dodging the traffic when crossing the road. Everywhere we have been in South America there are pedestrian crossings painted on the road but this does not mean that cars actually stop for pedestrians at these crossings and you still take your life in your hands walking across the road.
It is a short drive to the airport with our ...
... that looked more like a posh restaurant. Outside I was approached by 2 monks and given some reading material about meditation and vegetarianism...just down my street, I was also invited to a meditation session on Sunday with free lunch ...so that's a date booked!!!!
I headed off to the Japon Jardins and had to pay an entrance fee because I forgot about it not being Wednesday when everybody can get in for free oh well..it all goes to the conservation ...
... some very nice red wine to help wash it down). The weather was also sunny and a bit warmer in Mendoza which was pleasant! We, of course, also visited the vineyards, taking a bus out to Maipú and hiring bikes to get around. The town itself was pretty ordinary, and we spent a fair bit of time riding along the bike lanes on the main road to get to the vineyards, but once we got off the main road and found the wineries it was much nicer! During the day we visited ...
We got off the ship at 10:30 am, and joined another couple, Pat and Parker and got into a taxi driven by Fernando, who lived most of his life in Toronto. He gave us a really great tour of the city. Very impressive, lots of beautiful buildings, squares, boulevards. We stayed with him until 2 pm, and it cost us $50 per couple, a lot less than from the ship. We saw both the old city and the new. We just sat and had ...