Castelar Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... League football. That's three ticks. We then went to dinner like portenos, heading out after 9.00 pm. We hit the Gran Parilla a la Plata. Hyped on the travel sites, this place was not a patch on last night's neighbourhood parilla. We over-ordered and wasted a lot of food. But in essence it just wasn't that good - the steaks were big but we're not well cooked, and were not as nice as cuts of meat. Still it was fun ...
... what to do, we sat and moped for a bit on the cool marble floor of the train station, and then decided to look for a hostel. This being a Saturday, every hostel we contacted had the same answer, "No tenemos nada." Then we found ourselves in a little plaza in San Telmo with a craft fair going on, tango music and dancers to watch, a sweet breeze, and Cotton-like pollen drifting through the air like snow. Buenos Aires had a different plan for us. She wouldn't let us ...
... for every Brazilian goal. This wasn't the greatest decision of my life as after 20 minutes Germany were five ahead... I was in for a long night!
By half time most of the Brazilian fans had left and the remainder were sitting in stunned silence at the certain prospect of their team leaving the tournament. By the end of the match it was 7-1 to ze Germans and I had consumed far more tequila than I expected at this time of the evening. I went for a quick ...
... and everything needs a good paint job. After the main shopping area and pink palace we attempted to order lunch. Thanks to some pointing and broken English we pretty much got what we thought we had ordered. The highlight was the empanada which is the Spanish equivalent of a mince pie. Absolutely delicious and I think we will have to try a few over the next few weeks. Lunch was more successful than our drinks orders for morning tea. I did get a soy latte but the soy was sweetened ...
... currently ongoing services to see a monument to the great liberator San Martín and pictures of the Pope who, for the first time, is Argentine. We escape the church un-smited and move on to the Casa de Gobierno , the pink government building that looks just like the set where Eva Perón addresses her crowd in the show Evita, which we all saw as a family before we left. Graffiti surrounds the Casa Rosada and we start to feel the people ...