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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... not gonna have anything to talk about but it was fine. We talked for like an hour and a half before heading to my reunion at Jobs. When we got there, Claudia and Andrea were waiting outside and it was such a joy to see them! The last time I saw them was a little less than a year ago when they went to New York and I met them there. We proceeded inside and got a long table and began talking as more people arrived. Thiago came. And then my Finnish friend, ...
... property in US dollars. The peso can't be trusted with your savings either. So as a result of all this when travelling to Argentina, beforehand you need to stock up on US dollars, however much you think you will need plus some and carry it into the country. If I was to withdraw money from an ATM's in Argentina I get the official rate which is about 6 pesos to the Aussie dollar. But you can also change illegally on the black market, where you can get a rate of 10 to 11 pesos to ...
... feel to it!!
A week was one of the longest durations we have spent in any place and although this was a good amount of time to get a feel for the city you could easily spend two or three weeks there an still not cover it all. All in all, I loved Buenos Aires and thought it was one of the best cities we had been to and it was a great way to say goodbye to Argentina and hello to Uruguay, (despite the 12 hour delay on the boarder crossing!!!)
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... which would be showing us the more aristocratic areas of Buenos Aires, some of the palaces and explaining more about different aspects of their culture. We decided to do this and Vicky started by showing us some palaces that had now been converted into hotels, apartments and embassies including the Vatican City embassy. Argentina was extremely proud when the new pope was announced as he is Argentinian, and Vicky told us that there were Vatican ...
... t change a thing. I think I struck a great blend between planning and being open to change my plans but met so many great people along the way that I couldn't fail to have a good time no matter what!
I'm not sure I will every embark on this length of trip again (and that was sort of the idea) so it was certainly the trip of a lifetime and I hope you will all enjoy hearing about it rather than cursing me for constantly referring to it!
Over and out.