San Remo Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from San Bernardo
... a sandwich with lettuce, tomato and grilled beef. In the afternoon we drove along Canal 2 looking for birds. We were all tired and it was still extremely windy so we returned to the hotel around 6 p.m. Thursday we drove a few loops on the backroads close to San Clemente before heading north towards Hosterias Las Fraulis in Campana just north of BA. Our lunch stop was less than perfect, Hernan stopped as a Shell Gas Station restaurant ( this seemed normal to ...
... for its houses made from zinc and sheet iron and painted in bright colors. La Boca came to life with the mid 19th century surge in international trade and the accompanying increase in port activity. Despite the crime and poverty that have blighted the neighborhood in recent decades, La Boca's residents remain fiercely proud of ...
... and was waiting in the wrong spot, so they missed the whole thing. She did come up to our room to give us a 'red pocket’ as a way to say thank you for the help with the shore excursions. Not necessary but very nice! We never saw anything like this before, but it is Asian, and it is for good luck. We could sure use some good luck. Maybe this is just what we need to get our backpack to show up.
Buenos Aires slowly faded away into the distance and we were on our way to ...
... perons would give speaches...as we sat and posed for a picture Sara broke her chair...infront of the other 25 people on the tour...hilarious!! Eva was clearly a hero to the working class and her funeral lasted 14days! A bit gross though we found out that her body was embalmed and left for 3 years in the office building so that people could come and see her!! The best part of the tour was certainly the fact that we met 2 ...
... place in Islington.
The whole area was situated in a forest which spread out all the way to the sea. Local houses were either shaped liked triangles or log cabins, it looked strange but it worked. (Just like Stuey or a Richard Markz)
On one of the long walks back from town; tired we hired some bikes. Our lack of Spanish and the owners lack of English worked well as we walked out with two bikes for a good price and no brakes. The ...