Castelar Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... s trek across hell before rising to purgatory in search of his dead lover. You then have to walk across again before taking the only lift to ascend to 'heaven' at the very top of the building - where Dante eventually found his love. An interesting story we hope you will agree!
Continuing on this street we came to Avenue 9 de Julio - the widest avenue in the world and something the locals are very proud of. It is here that we learned the story of Evita Peron - made ...
... wagon ride, or to just check out their museum set up in the original home. We met a lovely English couple who live in Scottsdale, Arizona, and had our BBQ lunch with lots of beer and wine, with them. This was followed by a show with tango and samba dancing, and singing. We were amazed at all the eucalypts and bottle brushes growing there!! We returned to the ship in time for our mandatory safety ...
... 283; s přízvukem ‘Hey chlape, odkud jste?‘. V tom okamžiku jsme si mysleli, ze je host v hostelu a ze se třeba nudí a otvírá ostatním dveře. Později jsme zjistili, ze je to syn majitele. Každopádně měli jsme střechu nad hlavou. Majitelem byla Ukrajinka Sasa, která hned poznala podle mého jmena, ze jsem z Cech. Byla taková trochu chaotická, ale byla srdečná a pohostinna a vlastně kvůli tomu se nám ...
... well) and left $10 pesos in the hat.
After La Boca, Pablo took us to a restaurant for lunch. The restaurant was called the "hard worker". Not sure exactly where it was. The food was quite good, very tasty! Pablo did the ordering. We had fried calamaris, grilled sausage (yum!!), hand made ravioli, and steak. All very good! They had a special dip for the bread which I loved! It's olive oil mixed with garlic and other local herbs. So good! I noticed that they took ...
... tango music can be heard everywhere. We continued past the converted warehouses on the dockside at Puerto Madero, now trendy bars, restaurants and museums and the green parks of Palermo Soho to the area of Recoleta where our tour concluded. A quick bite of lunch at a micro brewery in the square, making the most of the beautiful sunshine. We decided to take a tour of the cemetery, apparently a highlight ...