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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the archery that we did in Kyoto where it was all about the ritual of pulling the string, this kind of archery was simply about hitting the target. The target was mounted on a stack of hay and made of paper (of course they had to put a new target up every time a new group came out to shoot). Each person got five arrows to start with and when all of the arrows were exhausted, we walked over to the target to get five more. Many of the arrows were very deep in the hay, so ...
... the game which was no surprise as the when I asked our kayak instructor about a sports bar earlier in the day, he stated that 80% of Argentinians wouldn't even know what the superbowl is. Unsuccessfully searching for some American's to watch it with, we found a relatively empty bar and asked to switch it on. Though we know little about American football, the game was extremely exciting though would have been much better in an American bar with some ...
... The car forced us to look at our schedule and put together an itinerary that kept us on the move. We went on many hikes, saw the black and standard glaciers of Mount Tronador, went to Villa La Angostura and did the 7 lakes as well as the orange tree forest, hiked to the waterfalls close to Lake Gutierrez, went to an Argentinian traditional bbq at Colonia Suiza and really just enjoyed cruzin around what seemed to ...
... closed. We found a shopping centre that was open that had 'Space Bowling" so of course we made the most of it! The next day we got up early and quite hungover to have another long drive day to Mendoza.
Mendoza produces 70% of Argentina’s wine and is most famous for its Malbec varieties. Our first day in Mendoza, Nicola and I walked around the city while many others on our tour did and wine and bike day. We found a French Patisserie and sat by a fountain in the ...
... melting glacier water!!! Definately a lot of fun and worth the cold, although i wasnt so sure at the time.
We also did the stereotypical tourist tour of hiring bikes and riding through the wine region in the area and tasting all the wines. We actually left this trip a bit late and so had time constraints as due to a lot of robberies in the area all bikes needed to be returned by 6.30pm. We still managed to visit 3 wineries, the first of which gave us a good course ...