Susana Just B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tomato, except he got it on a wheat bun and I got mine on a croissant. Mmm. He ordered coffee, and I ordered this delicious chocolate milk(shake?) thing that was made with chocolate and Nutella and ice and whipped cream and chocolate shavings. I'm gonna try that at home because that's ingenious. Paul from the bus ride told me I have the tastes or palate of a five year old. I agree. Jorge had class at 10 so we were back around nine. I took a nap and then decided to go to ...
Plaza Dorrego, one of the city’s oldest and most popular squares, dotted with atmospheric bars & restaurants, and handicraft sellers.
The San Telmo Indoor Market, a massive iron structure built in 1897, brimming with antiques and souvenirs that are sold alongside local market vendors of fresh food and produce.
Defensa Street, a cobblestone road cutting through the heart of San Telmo, famous for its many antique ...
... much more of a neighbourhood feel to it than the street we had been walking. Between Costa Rica and Gorriti, it almost had a village feel, with rows of busy restaurants and their terraced seating interspersed with little boutique shops.
The nearby Plaza Cortazar would be the area's nightlife centre. The plaza itself was packed with little handicraft stalls but it was surrounded on all sides by bars and clubs. Judging by the size of the beer delivery ...
... we went on the BA Free Tours city walking tour the next day. Our guide Vicki was really friendly and entertaining and gave us a great deal of info about Argentina's present and past. In the 3 hours walking about the city centre we passed 4 groups of protestors varying in size and intensity, some groups were looking pretty vicious in full face masks and batons, while others looked like less intimidating family affairs with kids in tow. Vicki said there are between ...
... Louise saw in London. Again outstanding and an absolute must see if at all possible. It's a combination of music, acting, dancing and acrobatics with audience involvement and quite literally it's like nothing else I've ever seen before. Dramatic, exciting, innovative, superb!
Spanish school is finished and I still know bugger all. It was absolutely exhausting and I'm beginning to wonder if me learning to speak Spanish is a ...