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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... himself a Fatay. I don't know what that is but it's good. Mmm. Finally we arrived at the bus station and waited in the ATM line because of his lack of planning (like any man) and he was in there forever! He kept trying to withdraw too much for the machine to accept, I guess. Ha. Finally we went and, since he still had no clue as to which company he was going to use, we went to my window first (walking the entire bus station-like half a mile-to get to) and, after ...
... was not what you would expect, as it was grilled Cow's side, topped with tomato salsa and melted cheese, thus making it look like a pizza but without the bread. The famous Aregntinian meat certainly did not disappoint!
We also visited the famous Recoleta Cemetery which is the final resting place for some of the most famous and historical Argentinian figures. The cemetery was created in 1822 and is one of the oldest in Buenos Aires, covering four blocks in length. ...
... la ville pour finir la journée. Le lendemain nous nous réveillons à nouveau tôt pour être chez notre hôte : Gustavo qui habite à l'autre bout de la ville. Il est 7h quand nous prenons le taxi et le trafic est dense. Nous arrivons juste avant qu'il parte travailler. Dans l'après midi nous faisons les courses pour pouvoir cuisiner ce soir. A son retour, nous faisons sa connaissance autour de l'apéro pendant qu'un énorme ...
... so do not look like ideal holiday homes. The river is very dirty looking but we see quite a few people having a swim. We also see a few homes with carefully manicured gardens, presumably owned by permanent residents. Apparently the islands are extending in the delta by 70m each year and will eventually reach BA.
After the boat trip we return to BA and get dropped at the Opera house (in the middle lane at some traffic lights so we have to dodge the traffic as we ...
unfortunately – regretting not stocking up in Bolivia when I had the chance – who would of thought I could get it there and not here!
Did some online searching before heading off and found a chain of bakeries that do multi grain and seed bread, but most are confined to the pricier northern suburbs, but are at least a ...