Art Deco Hotel & Suites
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... course. It was like copier paper, but looked pretty good, as those things go. I told him that this was not my money; that my bill ended in “83W.” In the moment, I wasn’t absolutely sure that I had the number right. But what was he to do? Show me my bill and say, “no, the bill you gave me ends in '85U’?” At that point he gave me my 50 pesos in change, lost the tip I’d been ready pay, and got rid of us ...
... with ornate metal balconies and modestly scaled houses.
On the way to the Recoleta Cemetery, where Eva Peron is buried with her family, we passed by the city's recently redeveloped waterfront, complete with a Calatrava bridge and renovated warehouse buildings, and the large city park where sports facilities and public amenities abound. Recoleta is a beautiful above-ground cemetery, and one has to have some social or ...
... they often use dollars in Argentina (I have had to wear my lacoste hoody everyday to get my moneys worth)● If you change your dollars with one of the slightly dodgy looking 'cambio' guys on Florida street, you get a much better exchange rate than from the bank. (Almost a big enough difference to recover our lacoste losses). ●If your not looking to change your money though, don't walk down Florida street as the people shouting 'cambio' at you as you walk past will ...
... and another demonstration by returned Falklands War veterans wanting repatriation. I am sure these claims are legitimate but it does spoil the place. However we walked to the front of Evita's palace and then to the Cathedral.This is a neo-classical building looking more like a Greek temple than a Catholic church. Inside it is very elaborate and there is the tomb of General San Martin who won independence for Argentina from Spain.
We then drove to the district of ...
... be very careful when crossing streets as cars literally appear to run anyone down who gets in their way.
In smaller cities cars give the added courtesy of honking as they approach intersections to signal their intent. However, this comes at the downside of these normally being blind corners. My guess is the life expectancy of deaf people is extremely low in these cities.
You also have to be careful ...