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... 200 years of European settlement so the earliest is from
the1700s. We really liked the difference here especially the Palacio Barolo
which is an office block whose intricate design is based on Dante’s Inferno and
the cathedral where the current Pope was the bishop and the fašade looks like
an Ancient Greek temple. We stopped at a restaurant on the way home and ate a
really very nice pizza.
We had a bit of a bad start to our flight to Buenos Aires. After requesting to sit together on the flight, they then informed us that we were on standby and they would definitely get us on the next flight if we didn't get on this flight. We were pretty annoyed, especially Belinda, we'd booked 5 months in advance and checked in 3 hours before departure. Eventually we got on the flight. It turned out to be a bit if a common occurrence that travel companions ...
... We got told to come back at the same time tomorrow and it would be ready.
We were nearby so we walked down to san martin square, the same park that our plaza hotel overlooked the previous few days. This walk took us down to the clock tower, which we bypassed on our way to reach the river and the port. We walked along the pedestrian street of reconquista until we could detour. The street bustles. ...
... The good news is that BA is completely flat - although we did find the only hill in town! Pricing is good. The 15 minute cab ride cost £3. The steak and a very good wine cost us £30. Thank you Argentina for having a basket case economy! So finally, we are on our way to Bariloche - due to land in an hour or so. Then we'll pick up the truck and the adventure will begin! And I will get some photos up on here. Hopefully. So, until the next time, adios amigos :-) Andy and Lin ...
... rubbish. All Milhouse had a roped off VIP area, so it was literally like the tourist corner of the room, and then all the locals had a roped off VIP area as well, so it all felt very weird. The music was pretty rubbish as well. I still stayed until closing though, which was a little surprising. Sean and I walked back in the daylight, stopping for some empanadas... and then we realised how far it was so took a taxi the rest of the ...