Cabildo Suites Hotel
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... been a great experience overall, helping to clarify what's important to us and how we might want to steer our lives going forward. We doubt we'll have enough miles to do this kind of trip again anytime in the foreseeable future, but that's fine -- we're just glad to have had the chance to do this with the girls and to be coming home happy, healthy, and hopefully a bit wiser...even if we didn't manage to get all the girls' schoolwork done.
... was La Recoleta Cemetery. You might be wondering why we would visit a cemetery, and for good reason. But we were running out of things to do in Buenos Aires, and La Recoleta Cemetery was yet another item on our tourist checklist. Its biggest "claim to fame" is undoubtedly that is contains the grave of Evita Perón, along with a few other famous people, past presidents of Argentina, Nobel Prize winners, and one of Napoleon's granddaughters. Our expectations ...
... 100 price of our ride. After a poor sleep (we are now another 2 hours ahead of EST or 4 hours ahead of MST), we had a nice breakfast of cereal with liquid yogurt, and some various pastries. There was an entire table of pastries. I am really sorry I could not take advantage of them, but they are too rich for me at breakfast. One thing was the lack of fresh fruit, there was canned fruit cocktail. We had noticed this last time we were here - we are staying at the same hotel as ...
... Peron became president until her death in 1952 from uterine cancer at the age of 33. During her lifetime, Evita promoted and manipulated her brand and image to an extent that would even have made Princess Diana envious. Following her death, Peron attempted to enhance and enlarge the myth around Evita, but unfortunately for Peronistas, Juan Peron was overthrown in a military coup in 1955 before he could complete a grandiose monument to her in which she was to ...
... and I would be working at more sociable times on reception. It was aimed more at international backpackers, so English tended to be the common language and our Spanish suffered as a result, but it was small and cosy so it still felt like a private apartment, with the added benefit that our room was in a separate apartment on the floor above. We often took groups of guests with us to the milongas where we went to learn tango. We ended up ...