Art Deco Hotel & Suites
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... ice cream. After settling in we went to Palmero for a drink in a place called Home. I got a cocktail called scarlet the tart. It was delicious. We then went to a steak restaurant to sample Argentinian steaks. I had a sirloin which I didn't really enjoy, it was very fatty and not very cooked. Our CEO is giving us a tour tomorrow of his home town. Should be ...
... box by an attendant. There were 6 chairs in the box, and I was the first one there so I got the best seat; it pays to be early! The inside of the theater is amazing- my pictures don’t do it justice. The opera began, and since it was in Italian, there were subtitles displayed on a screen overhead. I could follow along with what was happening which was very nice! I really was hesitant about taking any pictures ...
... on and sat in the sun watching the buses go back and forth with new passengers. After lunch we had thought that we might stroll into the city, but there was a thunder storm and heavy rain so didn't go. We are a bit wary of Buenos Aires after our previous experience.
Had a spa in the late afternoon, and walked on the upper deck in the evening. it was very mild and muggy. Saw the 'Golden Princess' leave port at dusk.
... mates Lauren and Tom again that evebutg as they'd been in BA for a few days already, coincidentally quite near to where we were staying. We find it's always a nice way of finding your feet in a new city by heading straight out and exploring a few bars, then attempt to get home again, and this was no exception. Along with another Aussie couple they'd met previously who were in BA too, we enjoyed some food and drinks on a fun Saturday night and got to know some of the livelier ...
... out as lots of places were closed but we still managed to find enough bars and stayed out pretty late. The next day I surprisingly felt ok, which was a bonus. We wanted to go to Parque Norte to go swimming as it was a nice sunny day. We had some jobs to do first. We had to get the food to cook and take to Diegos house for Xmas eve. So we went off on a shopping mission. I went to buy the pies and Martin and Melissa we t to get their ferry tickets for Uruguay and then to get the rest ...