Exe Hotel Colon
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... the europa league. Decided against wearing my boca shirt for obvious safety reasons, we didn't have tickets for the match but decided to go along and see if we could scalp some tickets. Away supporters have been banned in the last 3 years in Argentina and Brazil due to crowd violence at football matches, but in games between countries they are allowed. Arrived at the ground and the police presence was full on, we were turned ...
... The city mourned her death like no other before her, the streets were filled with people who wanted one last glance of her body, the city ran out of flowers as the mountains of tributes were laid in the streets. There was no question, every man, woman and child in Argentina loved Evita. Plans for a grand memorial were being hatched when in 1955 Juan Peron was overthrown as president during a Military Coup and he along with Evita’s body vanished….. you ...
... in Buenos Aries was so exciting!! It was crazy how no one really follows any rules.
We have decided to spend one more day here as we still need to change tires on Craig's bike and do a little electrical on mine.
Its so hot here, I thought I'd post a pic of my nice sunburn!
... their kids, so no one intervened. I also noticed people had their infants out there in their arms and strollers, who were getting foam all over them too. We obviously could not have this in the States, because someone would pull a gun and start shooting in the first ten minutes. But this was extremely annoying. Thankfully at the smaller murgas, there was more room for the kids to play off to the side, so the indiscriminate foaming was kept to ...
... It does seems like our trip is turning into a mission of finding a steak that is better than Bosun’s. The chosen restaurant is accidentally just a block away from our hostel and does not disappoint. We share a lomo - tenderloin, a chorizo, salad and fries and it is the first good steak we have in Argentina. We could say comparable to Bosun’s. And on top of that we end up paying $29, which is really good value.
Tuesday 16th December