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... tries to go in that space, well lets just say its not worth thinking about. It was a little scary walking up to the stadium but once at the side we were supposed to be at we felt safe as it was mainly families and young supporters. We made friends with an Argentine man and his son who were River fans and they took care of us, his English was fairly good so we could communicate with them, really nice people. The Atmosphere was amazing, this is apparently ...
... m a fan, it’s really dry,
but I can’t say its stopped us!
The wine tour was interesting; we went to three different
vineyards, learning all about the harvesting, production and bottling process.
They ship most of the barrels they use from France, and we learnt how to spot a
young wine from a reserve. Quite funny actually, the first one we went to was
the cheaper end, and told us we should be looking for bright pinks through ...
... bus to buenos aires and also my horse riding tour. Before I knew it it was late afternoon so I headed back to the hostel showered etc and was at a bit of almost end as to what to do that evening. The hostel was pretty empty so it was hard to make friends there, so after some googling I decided to head to a wine bar called the vines. I had heard about them on my wine tasting so I thought I'd try it. I was lucky to stumble Across a wine tasting night with the vineyard owners. I joined in ...
... to explain who we were an American guy walked past, heard us struggling, translated effortlessly and helped us to call our host. He even said that if we couldn't get in touch with her, then we could stay with him and his girlfriend! Fortunately we reached her and soon she arrived to let us in to our apartment. After a couple of days recovery, we started to explore this great town, visiting the beautiful, peaceful parks ...
... a couple of clubs and danced until five in the morning! The next morning my friend Lili arrived so we took a stroll through the city visiting a vewpoint overlooking the ctiy on top of city hall, photos of previous Miss Argentinas were quite nicely placed at the top of the staircase. I paid for my first red bus tour and it showed us the massive park adjacent to the city and also the Monument that appears on a denomination of Argentinian currency. Our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility