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On Sunday morning we arrived in Buenos Aires. We disembarked the ship and after collecting luggage we found our bus and our local guide Paola. Unfortunately it was pouring rain, the first wet day we have had on the trip. We drove into Independence Square, where the Casa Rosada is situated. Unfortunately the square has become a place of protest and …
Had the usual delay through customs and immigration, but the hotel transfer was waiting when we got out.
Checked into the hotel then went for a walk to have some lunch.
After lunch we went to the Recoleta Cemetery. Not my usual type of haunt, but a truly amazing place. No simple graves - just a small suburb full of family …
... roof...........and this is unpublishable.... we had great laugh....so much laughter my stomach ached..then talking at the bar...laughing...Empanadas..fernet and coke...and off we went back.. Monday...sad day for Veru.............. I had a lesson with Albano.. we parted in the afternoon..Ceru y Andres went to Montevideo and I went for milonga..Malida milonga..live orchestra.Alejandro.Tears.So many tandas.Danced the whole night. Feel..feel the music.Open ...
... district. Kathleen bought two Messi Argentina football tops so she had a little shopping bag to carry which always makes her feel happy and fulfilled.
In the evening the hotel recommended a restaurant called El Mirasol. Best steak in the world according to Kathleen who eats nothing but steak so is widely regarded as an expert in this area. Excellent Spanish custard pudding called Flan as well according to Kathleen who is also known as a Flan ...
... but unfortunately we missed the season by a few weeks. Our final tour tour stop was not a stop, but quite a walk. We finished our introduction to Buenos Aires with a walk through the huge San Telmo market. Held only on Sundays, we got lucky to experience this all-encompassing shopping extravaganza. From crafts to clothes and from antiques to live music, the San Telmo market goes on for many, many blocks. There are ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility