Americas Towers Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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First stop on our tour of the city was a trip to see the oldest tree in Buenos Aires - a HUGE Moreton Bay Fig from Australia!! Of course! It was just across the park from the cemetery where Eva Peron is buried, which of course was our next stop! She was really loved by her people. We drove around the Recolleta area, viewing government buildings, …
Another day of travel. Nice leisurely start, but later breakfast also showed us chaos and mayhem in the restaurant. People everywhere. After checking out we were taken to the airport. Our plane left late, so when we landed in São Paulo we were late and we had to walk really briskly across the airport to the international terminal and go …
We were flying to Buenos Aires using the quickest route from El Alto Airport in Bolivia changing at Santa Cruz in the Bolivian Jungle. El Alto means the high place and it is the World's highest airport at 4100 metres above sea level. Even Peter & I, who had experienced only minor effects from the altitude before, felt out of breath & a bit …
Friday morning we went on a tour that we booked through our hotel. The tour was to begin at 9:15 a.m so we were in the lobby and ready at 9 a.m. We met some Brazilian women who were taking a different tour and enjoyed chatting with them. The bus came at 9:30 am and we made a few more stops picking up more and more people. So now we were off and drove through the north area of Buenos Aires (BA). We saw the Presidential Residence of Olivos where Cristina Fernandez ...
... in Palermo we did a lot of wandering around, watching the world go by. There are loads of lovely boutique shops, restaurants and cafés here, so as you can imagine we were in heaven. Our first night we ate out at a famous restaurant in BA called La Cabrera. They had a happy hour of 40% off between 7-8. Here the Argentines do not eat till at least 9 so this was early!! This place is famous for its steaks with a non booking policy, many people will cue for at least an hour, with ...