Aspen Suites Hotel
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... steak dinner. Our final day in Buenos Aires was as full of food and drink as any day we had on the cruise.
We arrived in Dallas at 0600 hours (local time) and breezed through customs. There were no other flights arriving at the same time as ours. On other occasions, we've spent several hours in long lines at customs as multiple planes arriving together have dumped hundreds and hundreds of passengers into those waiting lines. ...
... of unity. You can see the balcony from where Eva Peron sang 'Don't Cry for me Argentina' in Evita.
I bought a silk woven scarf for myself and Ann in an artisan's shop then drove to Santo Morena, a new and wealthy area right next door to La Boca. Apartments are selling for up to a million dollars but we found it to be an area without a soul. A bit like Docklands. We quickly walked through a couple of ...
... about Cineclub at the school and wanted to go so off I went ...with great big comfy sofas this was greatly welcomed and I felt a little of some home comforts...there were 4 of us, all different nationality's...Carl retired from USA, Arizona, Caroline from Germany and Anna from Sweden...the film was called Viuda which is widows in Spanish and was a comedy although doesn't sound like one...it was a really ...
... pizza was worth trying and indeed it was! Everything we had there was excellent, including the empanadas. Most pizza places also specialize in empanadas. On day three, after a 'desayuno' of churro and ham and cheese set and the never disappointing local coffee, we made our way to the Mitre line on the 'Cathedral' stop of the Subte, to spend the day at Tigre. A stop at San Isidro was recommended, and so we found ourselves in a quaint town with ...
... You stand the whole time and turn and walk along with the play. There is loud music, water, air, running, shooting, a huge swimming pool above your head and in the end you stand in a huge bouncy castle...if you think this sounds crazy. You're right! They've been on world tour so if you ever get a chance to see this bunch of craziness go for it! Of course there was also the city cultural program with a visit to the cemetery Ricoletta where Evita has her grave, a stroll along Casa ...