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Before I answer you Before I answer your question, please read this advise as I did cycle through Patagonia and I can tell you this: The roads are not that easy, sometimes given the roads surface it was challenging doing 50 km in a day; When the roads were alright, then the weather was very very difficult. When the wind blows strongly in the Argentinian ...


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Check out the map option on booking.com. To start with, zoom in to Bariloche, you'll see that there are more options in the nearby towns, such as El Bolson, Lago Puelo and Esquel. Now zoom in even further, the towns will disappear from the map while you're scrolling downwards, but if the map is zoomed enough, you'll see individual hotels/hostels every once ...


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I would suggest renting a room with Airbnb. Very often hosts allow guests to use the kitchen. This is usually specified in the listing description. A quick search for Fajardo reveals 500+ rental offers (rooms and apartments) meaning you have plenty of choice location-wise. As a corollary to this idea you could rent a full flat thus having the guarantee of ...


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According to hostels.com and hostelworld.com, there is at least one hostel in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, called the Moon Bay hostel. Their list of facilities includes "Full kitchen with brand new appliances!" so with little doubt you can buy your own food and cook it at the hostel. I haven't seen any picture of the kitchen among the pictures shown though, just a ...


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I should have just kept listening - the interviewee (Trish Clark) went on to talk about the website which she's started: Good Night and God Bless Which bills itself as "An invaluable guide for travellers who want to stray off the well-trodden tourist path.", with the associated book: "Good Night and God Bless: A Guide to Convent and Monastery Accommodation ...


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As suggested in the comments, I suppose this kind of filters depends on the audience of the website. HomeAway is oriented towards whole house rentals, so they would expect a kitchen comes along. However, like you, I would be glad to see that such websites have extensive filtering options for most people's needs. And they may be open to introduce more if you ...


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Tet like Song Kran in Thailand (and I refer to the actual Song Kran not the tourist fork) is pretty much of a family holiday. People travel back to be with family during the holidays, so public transport likes buses, trains, etc are packed during the days leading up to Tet and the days afterwards. But the Vietnamese tend to stay with family when they come ...


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Yes, some of the so-called "super sentos" do offer 24-hour accommodation and they can serve as impromptu cheap hotels. The super-sentos as well as net cafes are quickly being seen as alternatives to capsule hotels especially for women. The super-sentos will usually charge a surcharge for staying past 11pm or midnight and so the total fee will be between ...


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Some of it comes down to the hotel chain. For example Hanting 汉庭 at most can accept foreigners. Sometimes if they do, they have some weird policy about no free breakfast or something. However some can not 接待外宾 receive foreign guests. 如家 Home Inn, is hit or miss in mainland cities. Some take you, some don't. Best to call ahead of time and ask in ...


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