Argentina Tango Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... checked we were confronted with two lines snaking their way to a bank of booths where each passenger was screened with an electronic thumbprint, photographed and his/her documents reviewed. The first problem was to determine which line was quicker. Does anyone make the correct choice? I don't think I did. While there were a lot of officials, there were also a lot of travelers. We spent nearly an hour working our way to the document ...
... their house was painted.
This is also where Maradona played his football as a junior.
We saw the position of the old slave market. When a slave woman had a child she and the child were meant to be freed. To get around this long after slavery was outlawed, the slave owners built a small house next to theirs where they housed these 'freed' slaves, who were obviously still, in reality, slaves. When ...
I headed back home, and took a different route and found myself on Calle Libertad which may as well be known as jewellery city because every shop for at least 2 mile was a new or antique jewellers, very expensive though so I just walked by.....Valerie was over which is Celeste sister and we had a chat about books etc. over dinner.....That's all!!!!
Reflections....get a new copy of the admissions form as difficult to read and translate ...
... food and trimmings, and empanadas. The Subte or subway is an easy and efficient way to get about the city, and that's how we started the next day to get to our Hop on Hop off point. The Plaza de Mayo stop presents all that is architecturally beautiful in Buenos Aires. Breakfast was at the famed Cafe Tortoni, the city's oldest cafe offering coffee and tango. San Telmo, a distinctly Bohemian neighbourhood ...
... grammar lessons were over and speaking class would begin. My classmates were less happy as my knowledge of words started intimidate them. It wasn't much but I guess after one week of Spanish for them it seemed like a huge amount. After two weeks I started taking private lessons :) progress went rapidly and now after 6 weeks I'm able to hold myself standing in a conversation that goes beyond small talk. Soy muy feliz and I can finally say hablo un poquito Español! But next to ...