Tesorito Bed & Breakfast
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... and Irene hadn't been sighted. A phone call to their room revealed they were still asleep. The envy of some of the others!!
Rick and Wendy had a few jobs to do and went off separately from the others who did a wander around the CBD visiting the Opera House, trying to visit the wetlands park which was closed due to flooding and generally checking out the shopping precinct.
... we had a gelato and a wonder around. Steph and I got in a taxi back to our hotel, and are going back to Camillas for dinner in a few hours. We washed all of our clothes at her house so we will pick them up soon! Thank god. Haha. Camilla made me feel a lot better about travelling. Some of the conversation was overwhelming but it was so lovely to know that other people experience the highs and lows throughout the day because travelling is so intense, and also that she ...
... balls for the boys and toys for the girls. They in turn gave us each a dream catcher that they made and a drawing. They were so appreciative of all the building, painting and gifts that we brought them. On Tuesday we visited a zoo called Tamaiken with the kids. Despite the 90+ temperature (and I think 90+ humidity. Think really bad hair day) a great time was had by all. We bid them a final emotional farewell and spent our last night in Buenos ...
... towards Pasaje San Lorenzo, a cobbled alley. At Number 380 stands Casa Mínima, the city's thinnest building—about 8 feet wide—which once belonged to a freed slave. We continued left into Pasaje Giuffra, another quiet lane, then right onto Balcarce, lined with more old houses. We followed Estados Unidos east to Paseo Colón. The huge neoclassical building across the road is now the University of ...
Politically, Scotland already seems to have a great deal more independence than a lot of other people. Sure, they have to put up with a national government that they didn't elect - we all do. But they also have a second government with devolved powers that the Tories can't touch, and that's only been for the last 15 years which doesn't seem to me long enough to make a success/fail call on yet - surely, after 300 years of unity, it's worth waiting ...