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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... trying to take arty
shots! Tried some more at the big shiny metal flower sculpture – might be nicer
at sunset before it closes up for the night, the flower not the park!
As my flat doesn’t have an oven went out and bought
ingredients for roast vegetables with bacon – yum! Especially washed down with
a tinto for less then £2.
... or so I have heard.
Tango shows and other theatrical experiences are not in short supply either. One show,was so spectacular I decided to go twice. Fuerza Bruta was its name. I'll refrain from divulging too much information. Firstly because I actually have no idea how to describe the show and secondly I would hate to give anything away should you one day have the fortune of seeing it yourself. I have added some photos which may give you ...
... got canapés with cocktails to start our meal, then a starter with wine, then dinner with more wine, then desert with champagne and then more snacks and brandy close to bed time. First class experience!
Centro – The main business area. It's the cheapest area for eating, but all closes down out of business hours.
San Telmo – We had a couple of days here. On a Sunday, there is a ...
... I say once because, while there are countless buildings that at one time must have been architecturally stunning, they have been left to crumble. They are but a mere reminder of their former, more grander selves. It is sad as BsAs has this underlying charm even with it's crumbling architecture and infrastructure. The cobblestone streets, lined with independent boutiques and galleries, as well as countless dining options ...
... nice. She´ seems to have a bit of a moustache problem though.
At the moment Di is re-arranging the luggage. We leave our cases with the hotel and have only been taking what we´ve needed for the trips. Despite its name you don´t want to take fleeces to Chile. Ho Ho.
Its 18;30 so off to the Beer Shop for a pint of Beagle (the cerveza from Patagonia) and then to hunt down a restaurant.
Will blog from Chile mañana.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet