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Very helpful employees, spacious suites (hence the name, I guess), nice neighborhood; A little too much noise from room next door, and a bit of a walk (with kids) to nearest metro station but very pleasant overall;
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... is playing. Here when Argentina makes the finals it becomes a defining moment in most peoples lives. Just about everyone who is old enough to remember their win in 1986 or the loss in 1990. They remember exactly where they were and who they were with. I can't remember who played in the Superbowl 2 years ago, and my guess is most people can't either. And unless your home city was playing I am sure the average viewer of ...
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... city was populated by British money, and with the Falklands War in the 1980s, BA had its Freedom Fries moment. England had given them a Big Ben replica, (which they renamed after the war; in fact, every British name in the city to this day has a new Argentinian name) and BA placed the Falklands War memorial directly facing the Big Ben as a finger to the Man. Kind of amusing.
We were told of a "very unique" ...
... trip we haven't felt like we stick out so much as foreigners.
Now, time for a little history lesson (if you don't enjoy these bits, feel free to skip to the next paragraph but one). Boca is a poor district and has been for some time, but it wasn't always like that. It was a wealthy area until a nasty bout of yellow fever. Back when these newly created South American countries were asserting themselves and their territories there were quite a few wars ...
... doing that in NYC?? But we got our cards and we went to our local cafe that has wifi, the guy that works there is so nice and he recognizes us now, we're regulars!
Found two massive araņas (spiders) in our room last night, Pietro and Pierre. Pietro was hiding under the stair rail and Belu was all "no no he's dead" and started banging her palm on the floor. Pietro scuttled back under the stairs and we all ran away screaming. Dulce ...