Argentina Tango Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... another steak place. Then went to a tango show. We were a bit late but Juan managed to wangle us a lesson which was just at the back of the room. It was great fun! We then watched people who could actually do it. Fran, Kayleigh and Polly all got asked to dance. Kayleigh was hilarious...two left feet. I took a strategic toilet break. He he. We wandered back to the hotel at about half 2. There was still loads of people about. Lovely ...
... my views on certain things are changing; I really wanted to go! So I went inside and bought a ticket. The night arrived and I showed up early dressed in my best cargo pants, long sleeve shirt and tennis shoes, ha! Well, I was a little under dressed but no one seemed to care (I think they were VERY impressed with my fanny pack, LOL!). My seat was located in Box 19, about midway up from the floor, and I was escorted ...
We spent a quiet morning while everyone was disembarking. Had to go with one of the guest relations staff to register our new 'key pass card' and give up our old ones. These open our cabin door, and are scanned every time we leave and / or return to the ship. We also have to use hand sanitiser coming back on board. Mind you we have to use it as we go into the dining area too.
So we chatted with another couple who ...
... to use it like we do) and staying in someone's flat allowed us a feeling of normality for a while in BA. This was much needed and appreciated after what we'd been up to in Patagonia. It was considerably warmer up here too (naturally, being nearly 2,500km further north) and our host, Brigitte, gave us an equally warm welcome, including fresh pastries and ice cold water and we settled into the tiny Palermo flat quickly once she'd left us to it. We'd arranged to meet up with our ...
... jobs and getting some things done. We had lunch at home and chilled. I had made plans that I would meet one of the guys Stephen and I had met in Uruguay. He is called Tomas and he is Argentinian but he usually lives in Uruguay. He was just in BA for a week to see family for Xmas. So I went out about 6.00 and headed to Palermo. We went to Plaza Serrano and had some drinks and then we moved around to some different bars and had empanadas and lots more drinks. Monday is a funny night ...