C'Chic Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... contrast to my previous visit actually had some women. Which is always nice. We then moved onto some buge club with a decent outdoor dance section too and partied there until about five am. On the way out we walked past another venue holding a rave. On a punt we went for a look. Ed was let in, but I was shunted to another entrance. No way I was going to pay but it turns out I was directed to the backstage section. Ed was here too; ...
Heavy rain in they morning but cleared to a nice day for a boat excursion to the delta of the river Platte, then on to the Argetinian Dining Experience where you made your own Empanadas, much like a Cornish pastie, and huge steaks and lots of wine. Off today just for a stroll up to ...
... but more often than not I get pulled in for a smacker. 'Enjoying this are you Steward?' says Karen as she watches me squirm. Although I am starting to get used to the custom, I can now fully appreciate why my little niece turns her nose up at a kiss from me when I've got a five a clock shadow. Finding a cheap flight to Buenos Aires, we decide to change our route slightly and hit Iguazu later on before we cross into Brazil. Karen once again books ...
... be the same as any other's. But that's neither here nor there and of course you can always purchse items along the way.)
Upon arriving in BsAs, I set up shop in Palermo in a hostel I had liked from my first visit and set out to find a gym. There were three in the area, one very VERY expensive, one rather far away, and the one I ended up at. It's small and isn't open on Sundays (I miss my 24hr fitness membership) but after a ...
... story houses. Our culture of consumerism and materialism can be damaging to ourselves and others when our desire for things eclipses our concern for other people. I am guilty of these things, and it was interesting to see another way of life not based on or dictated by the accumulation of things. That's my soapbox speech for the night, thank you for putting up with me. It will be interesting to see how long this epiphany lasts when I get back to the US and see what Free People ...