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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... with shrimp.
Mariana had the foresight to book a hotel room for our final day in Buenos Aires. It was a great decision. We had a refuge from the heat and a place from which we could venture out for food and souvenirs.
We arrived at the airport around 1900 hours. We thought with four hours until our flight departure we had plenty of time. Well, sort of. As tourists, we were entitled to a refund of a portion of the ...
... flavour you won't find anywhere else. On our last morning while we were killing time waiting for our bus we walked down to Puerto Madero, which is the cities port (although we couldn't see where it meets the ocean) and where a lot of fancy restaurants and clubs are. At the edge bordering the city and the ocean is a huge reserve which made for a nice hour or so walk along. The bus that night took us into the top half of the Patagonia region, Puerto ...
... with his mum, we interviewed him first, well Monica did and I listened and took notes, I understood most of what was said it was just when they got into a deep conversation and spoke rapid, is when my focus went west. He had been battling with drug and alcohol addiction but he wanted to work and San Miguel rehab centre was out of the question, the outcome was that he wanted to attend the therapy groups first and for the physiologists to make the decision, which ...
... but we were right next to China town of Bueno Aires. I have just spent the afternoon playing with the children which is always fun as I don't know what I am going to do I just know it is going to be energetic. The weather is getting warmer during the day but dropping to real cold when the sun goes down, also there are leaves growing on the trees so I think that spring is in the air, yay ...
... in Argentina. But well in the end there we were in Argentina. Buenos Aires. The city I had looked forward to from the beginning of my trip. Foremost because of Tango in its purest form. There hasn't been much dancing in the past months beside one try in Bangkok so I was very happy to dive into the markets of San Telmo on Sunday. The stalls greeted all its shoppers with tango music on the way, while strolling along hand made goods on each side of the street. I couldn't be happier ...