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... etc. During dinner we met two women from Scotland who were just starting a three month tour of South America. It was so interesting to hear where their trip was going to take them and all the amazing things they had planned. We wrapped up the night at a local bar with them exchanging tips and suggestions. When we left them that night they were headed home to pack as their next venture was taking them to Patagonia. We were so ...
... spoke about the coffee culture in Buenos Aires and told us that locals don't walk around with takeaway coffee, only tourists do. Locals might run around the streets all day, but if they want coffee they will go in to a café and sit down to drink it. They might still be in rush though and we were shown hand signs for ordering coffee at a distance. We were also told the names of the different types of drinks which was handy – ‘café’ is an espresso, ‘cortado’ ...
... room with a wrap around balcony. It was light airy and welcoming. Our hostess Clara was charming and very knowledgable. We had 5 wine tastings a sparkling a white and three reds. As I do not do red wine I had an extra white which was excellent. Look out for torrontes grape variety and Mairena name excellent drinkable on its own or with Thai food or with sorbets. Or C******nay San Gimignano goes with anything a red wine will do. Excellent not too oaky. ...
... the Peron years. The final bit of excitement for us was a polo lesson! Personally being always afraid of horses, you'd think maybe I would avoid this; but it listed as one of the best things to do in BA and we're all about new and exciting experiences! We were driven to a farm outside the city by Fernando and given some basics on how to make the horse go where I told it to go. At first, I was terrified. I genuinely didn't think I would even ...
... situated at one end of the Plaza de Mayo, is an important and historic building. Originally this impressive building was two separate buildings, but in 1884, the Italianate entrance arch was built to join the two buildings. The inside of the building is decorated with gold leaf and the central courtyard is beautiful. It was interesting to see that there is mesh stretched over the top of ...