Art Deco Hotel & Suites
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... clearing the security checkpoints and the duty free shops where we purchased a few Argentine treats, we headed for the lounge where we relaxed with plenty to eat and drink. It was a peaceful retreat within the airport for the couple of hours we had until our departure. After boarding our flight at 2300 hours, we were offered dinner around midnight once we were in the air. Mariana chose to sleep. I, confronted with "free food," had ...
... they still had slaves they would simply say that the people next door were neighbours, not slaves. There is now only one of these houses remaining.
There is a population of only 70 African-Argentinians today as most were used as gun fodder in the civil war. The colours of the two warring parties were red and white. When the war ended, they combined the two colours and ultimately painted the Parliament House pink as ...
3rd private Spanish lesson today which went very well discussing in detail what I had done over the weekend, next phase off to buy veggies at Disco, a little upmarket than the rest of the grocery shops and what suits me ...so there!!! I was then greeted by the sun on the terrace and thought it would be rude not to take a seat and chat to Mr universe...yes that is my gorgeous other half as well....I ...
... of old world charms. Home to the elite before the yellow fever outbreak of 1871, the classical colonial mansions became tenement housing for the poor immigrant population. Tango is alive here, especially during the Sunday Market at the vibrant cobblestoned Plaza Dorrego, where eyes feast on antiques, jewellery, wine paraphernalia, leather goods, food peddlars...... Dinner was at our local pizza place called ' Orgullo'. We had read ...
... I had loads of help along the way to practice my first bits of Spanish. Firstly I got a long planned visit from my two Tango girls from Amsterdam: Marjelijne and Julie who do not speak Spanish at all. We rented an apartment via another good friend of mine back home at a lovely family close to Palermo. Seeing friends from home after meeting new people nearly every day is indescribable. No small talk, no explaining but jumping right into updates from stories we had left 6 months ago. ...