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... than the boutique
Looked for some Spanish conversation groups but the free
ones seem to start at 9pm, also in the northern burbs and as the tube stops at
10 ish, they are not a lot of use to me. Also seem to take place in bars, so if
there is loud music, no chance of hearing let alone understanding the Spanish.
... place where instead of having pot plants on your balcony you have "pot plants". Walking past people blazing up. Shaun's nose is pointing up, sniffing the air like a dog. Keen for a drag. Shaun is on a mission. People start talking to us cause they know we're outsiders. They say "where are you from" we say "Australia". Then Shaun pokes his head in the convo and says "do you have weed"? Having lunch at a bunch of tables out the front of Maccas. People sitting all ...
... added that as most Argentines consider themselves to be European (leaning mostly towards Italian), aside from beef, they consider their contribution to world gastronomy to be pizza and pasta. We did find a good arabic place. As the tour continued we went to the presidential palace and got to see Evita's balcony. We learned a lot about her, including how many were so in love with her and others bordered on obsession. Rumors are that her husband's next wife kept ...
... colours would be of the next ships flag that sailed into port. A Swedish flag it was. The museum also opens up to the stadium and you get a real sense of how this field is dominated by the fans. In some areas there aren't any seats just concrete levels and most of the fans just jump around when a goal is scored, run down and throw themselves into the wired fence protecting the pitch and players. Apparently it is common to have things ...
Why, hello there strangers! It has been a almost a month since my last entry, and you will soon see what has been occupying my time. Three weeks ago, API went to Colonia, Uruguay. We took a ferry across the river and it was the nicest ferry I've ever been on. It was like a plane with a mall...but a boat. Luxurious! When we arrived to Colonia, it was raining. And it continued to do so all day. The town was pretty and very old; it seems that it was fought over by the Spanish and ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed