Americas Towers Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... a few times while filming the parade I was distracted enough not to notice that the man was ripping me off. These were professionals. My heart started racing as I quickly followed the man- I honestly did not know what I was going to do! I couldn’t accuse him without proof. He was carrying a cell phone in his right hand, but it was much larger than mine. I kept pace with him for about 30 seconds, and then he ...
... Bags check! Phew! So we cleared customs, and we were on South American soil! Our only hiccup of the trip was the ATM jipping us on our money. We asked for $700 pesos, and we received $340 pesos. Deal?!?! So that is a situation we are still dealing with. We arrived to 1956 Calle de Gurruchaga, Palermo Viejo and were greeted by the warmest airbnb hosts we could have asked for. We were beyond tired, so we said hello, and goodbye, and slept for the next 15 hours. Life in BA awaited ...
... level of excitement mixed with awe. Quite an experience to say the least. The feeling is still with me some hours later.
Flight 5 - Iguazu to Buenos Aires - LAN Argentina - 1.5 hours
Maybe I should start adding up the lining up time!! For every flight we take, there is an equivalent or longer lining up time. I usually release Derek for a walk while I stay in line. Happy Derek Happy Life!! (Or was that wife!)
After all ...
... why! The Japanese Gardens; The Port; The Opening of the Dakar Rally in Plaza de Mayo. I did some Geocaching, but could only find 2 on my list.
For New Year's I met up with Alex and Serena, a couple that had been on my tour of the Salt Flats in Bolivia. We went to their hostel for free drinks and food, then made our way to the docks to see the fireworks with some Irish girls we had met. We then met some Brazilians on the street who invited us ...
... time is about three hours later than Dutch standard time (dinner is served around 10) they seem to be full all night. Yes from this point of view one can think that Argentina is doing pretty well economically speaking. Without the introduction of the dollar blue I'd be convinced. But due to the state not allowing the local population to buy foreign currency ( or only under ridiculous circumstances) a parallel exchange rate is created: called the dollar blue. For travelers who bring ...