Castelar Hotel & Spa
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... man with lungs 10x the size of Michael Buble's! So good. And there was a 25 peso (£1) sandwich available which Peter talked about for a few days after! On one of the sunniest days, we jumped on the tube and headed over to the Palermo neighbourhood which has loads of bars, restaurants and huge parks. We found a Japanese Garden which cost 30 pesos to get in (we weren't going to pay until we realised it was basically the cost of a chocolate bar at home) and we're glad we ...
... with Stomp!, in a nightclub. Yep. Bizarre, bewildering, adrenaline pumping and brilliant. I would describe what happens in the "show" but that's all but impossible, so if you have chance, google it and be enlightened. So how do you follow a Friday night out? With a Saturday of live sporting action of course. And as luck would have it, it was the final day of the Copa De Las Naciones. You know, the polo obviously! And we'd got ourselves tickets to the final, featuring ...
... of the tatty end of Oxford St.) we needed to change some money & the apartment owner had recommended a money exchange here. To be honest I was a bit anxious about changing money on what's called the 'blue market ' here but as the bank rate was 6.5 pesos to the dollar and the blue market rate was up to 11.8 there was only one sensible choice. Despite the vague description of the location 'downstairs, guy with a beard, ...
... approximately where we ware going. Not being familiar enough with the city, it is easy to wonder if you are being taken for a ride the long way around, but we have never found that to be the case, the taxi drivers are in as much of a hurry to get their next fare as we are to return to our hotel - and as Martin pointed out - they need us to recommend the city to other tourists so they can continue to work, I suppose this is true, and I would definitely recommend ...
... Alexeiv is always smiling too! He's really quiet most of the time, from what I've seen, but whenever he speaks, it seems like he's actually thought about what he's going to say. Really smart, really nice. And as he's from Mexico, he loves spicy food. We can bond there. -Alfredo thinks I'm materialistic (as do Julian, maxi, Guilherme, and Eric) due to a conversation that I want a diamond on my engagement ring. They don't have engagement rings here lol. But anyways, Alfredo is funny ...