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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Well, no matter how fast the horses went -- and their preferred speed seemed to be fast canter -- Lorelei managed to hold on and keep a big smile on her face. For me, it was just short of terrifying, and I was glad when we finally made our way back to the farm and I could safely dismount. Alyssa of course made it all look easy and could have stayed on all day. Lorelei was determined to come back the following day for more riding, but thankfully the farm ...
... older kids. The most promising area we had seen was Club de Amigos, but it was a private country club and they wouldn't let us in. We even paid to walk through the Japanese Garden hoping to find a playground. While it was full of beautiful bridges, bonsai trees, shrines and pagodas, there were no slides or swings to be found. Caroline had made reservations for us to attend a Tango show later that evening, but we weren't getting picked up at our apartment until ...
... we headed to Palermo which was quite trendy and European feeling. Found a gluten-free restaurant where Paddy definitely got his money's worth! On Monday we rented bikes and cycled around most of the city. We stopped at Cementario Recoleta- where the Catholics spend a (large) fortune burying their families in marble shrines, among other sights. Architecture in BA is very cool, lots of Italian/French influences in very grand buildings. In the evening we went out to La ...
Richard From Abergeveny
We're back in Buenos Aires again with Kevin and Megan almost five years after our last visit here.
Richard who tells us he hails from the small Welsh town of Abergeveny (where according to him, the Anglo-Irish the polar explorer Ernest Shackleton, who’s journey we’re about to "retrace" was born!) is the first person we meet in Buenos Aires. He can be found probably just about any day propping up the bar of a ...
... buffet breakfast (ignoring some very bad fashion choices from other guests, such as shorts with zebra skin slip-on shoes and black ankle socks), we took a taxi to the port for our one hour ferry crossing to Colonia del Sacramento on the opposite side of the River Plate. Our driver, Jorge, was very knowledgeable and gave us a great running commentary on his city, of which he was obviously extremely and justifiably proud. Not once did he make a ...