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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... got the impression we had definitely overstayed our welcome. Got a taxi to the bus terminal and hung around for about 20minutes before boarding. The 'full cama' suites were these big leather recliner seats similar to those that are always heavily discounted in the DFS summer sales. They looked a lot comfier than they actually were but the service was top notch so we were happy. Overall I have ...
... where we discovered just how much porteņos love dulce de leche, when Kate ordered 'dulce de leche with dulce de leche', flavoured ice cream laced with the sweet goo!
For dinner, we decided to break the BA eating rules and have an 'early' dinner around 7pm. This was because we had heard about a 'happy hour' at one of the most famous steak restaurants in town, La Cabrera. By ordering at 7 and leaving by 8 15ish, you get 40% off your total bill including wine! We ...
After a good night's sleep, we were picked up at 9am by Alejandro, a small bundle of knowledge and energy. He was a real character - philosopher, writer of articles on gastrophopy (food, wine and philosophy), professor lecturing in tour guiding and very well travelled. He shared his vast knowledge of Buenos Aires and also his ideas about life.
Thankfully, the traffic was still light and will be through much of ...
... to sleep on the tables in the airport dining room.
I know my blog has taken off when people begin to suggest photos and make other contributions. Here's one from Terry Lurtz:
Murray had a little band
Whose hair was white as snow
And everywhere that Murray went
The band was sure to go.
We followed him to town one day
And found there was no flight
So back to Hotel Llao Llao
Where we did spend the night.
... a tour they were just rehearsing the barber of Sevilla. The acoustic was amazing and the inside looked like the colosseum in a French jacket. It reminded me a lot of home. The most fantastic thing was the prices for tickets. For the "normal" people back in the days they had build standing areas all up on the top. Also called heaven/ cielo. Because it was so high up and the acoustic is heavenly. With my 90 pesos ( 9 euros) for el barbero de Sevilla for 3 hours I can definitely say it ...