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... not only Peronist, but the President is Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Her nickname was once "La Tina." You might notice on the new peso note, "Banco Central de La Republica Argentina" is printed in two colors, mostly purple, but six letters, at the end of each line, are in red, "LA TINA." Coincidence?: Probably not. The politics of personality taken to the extreme.
On with our trip. Once settled in our apartment, we ...
... USA – EEUU, coz se vyslovuje [ee ee uu].
Zbytek dne toho moc nedelame, dohanime blog a delame vyzkum, ktera restaurace v Buenos Aires dela nejlepsi steaky. Tak to vypada, ze z naseho cestovani se stava mise o nalezeni steaku, ktery je lepsi nez Bosunuv. Zvolena restaurace je nahodou jenom jeden blok od naseho hostelu a nezklamala. Dame si lomo – coz je steak ze svicnove, velky burt chorizo, salat a hranolky a je to prvni vynikajici steak v Argentine. Dalo by ...
... white tablecloths, and white napkins. The walls are covered with photos of customers who have been eating there over the years. Servers are very professional and know the extensive menu inside and out. This is not a Parilla but a full service restaurant with many dishes that are now rare to find anymore in BA. Our waiter - Ricardo- is 32 and has worked there for 8 years and he may well be the employee with the lowest seniority. ...
Sun 3/8 I checked out the market on Defensa street, a few blocks for the hostel. It was amazing and went the whole length of the street. It was full of locals selling souvenirs and food. Afterwards I came back to the hostel and heated up a few empanadas before heading to the bus terminal. I split the ride with a Slovakian guy whole was also heading out that way. I jumped on the bus and settled in for my 20 hour bus ride to Puerto Iguazu.
... and allows them to have release from the everyday grind of the mill and in that essence they are no different to the majority of working class areas in the UK,they know their place but they also know their value and this fuels the politic,they are the skilled tradesmen and women who build,fix ,labour and clean everything for the elite and if they want and occasionally they do ,they can cripple the city and its services.
This was my favourite part of the ...