Sures Belgrano Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... she was born). Carsten gave the thank you speech on all of our behalfs. Despite my misgivings about Bolivia, this has been a great two weeks and Flor has been an amazing guide. Her next tour meets up with ours in Paraty, so as we did with Lucho, we will get to see her again before we go home. We went to Complejo Tango, a small tango show, which also includes dinner and a tango lesson. On arrival, we were told we were booked in for the second tango class, which was a relief as ...
... we've indulged a few times, say for an anniversary, but for the most part, I decided that I'd rather be closer to the ground, to the place I'm visiting. I'll trade 'luxury' for character anytime. These days a lot of the marble looks the same. However, I do greatly appreciate if local character and historic property combine, (even when they're a little tired), and that's when I'll consider a splurge. I'll still never afford or justify the cost of those places in ...
... br> Palermo was a perfect place to celebrate our 3 year anniversary :-) our day was full of what we love best, food!! We got 2 recommendations from our hotel for places to eat, and we were not let down. We had lunch at Little Rose, a boutique, funky sushi restaurant. We had a 3 course lunch menu, including a beer for a measly £6. The sushi was incredible, so fresh, best sushi we had ever had. Once we had recovered from lunch, we enjoyed a 10 course tasting menu with wine pairing at ...
... Spanish is greatly improved and with all my time in Argentina, it is heavily marked by an Argentine accent. Though it is clear to the locals I am not from here, they can't ever guess where I am from. Sneaky! Accents, however, are more than just the pronunciation of the individual words; they also include the intonation of the voice while speaking. I wasn’t aware of how the Argentine intonation had infiltrated my speaking, until ...
... We took his advice and backtracked. Back to hotel for a quiet couple of hours recharge then off to a cafe for a beer and gin. Then a meal at a local restaurant. A thick steak and pork chops shared. Bottle of wine too then the waiter brought out a coconut liqueur as a nightcap. Lovely guy who spoke no English. Always fun communicating. He was a happy guy so the night was a lovely end to the day. Off to Uruguay tomorrow for a day trip fast ferry to Colonia. Weather forecast not ...