Aspen Suites Hotel
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... Try as we might, no amount of shouting, pouting and foot stamping would shift it. We had no choice other than to seek the assistance of the hotel staff.
Now, my thinking is that if this had happened in the UK the staff would have assumed we had stolen the holdall, which was why we didn’t know the combination. I can still visualise London hotel receptionists now, surreptitiously reaching for the red panic button and summoning an ...
... tourist) went in search of #26, the Duarte family tomb, the final resting place of Eva Duarte Peron. Sadly, for this iconic, powerful lady of the masses, the end of her life to cancer, was just the beginning of a twisted and gruesome trail of mystery- one that lead her embalmed body to various dubious locations, before the family was finally given her remains. This eeriely, beautiful place is also dubbed 'the city of angels' ( not the weeping kind!) ...
... which has had a chequered history. It has a lovely marina and we wandered around the sites. Excellent lunch was followed by a trip up the lighthouse where you can see the Buenos Aires skyline in the far distance 60 km away. Lovely day although a bit grey and cool after yesterday. Back to the Hotel to get ready for our Tango show this ...
... the way. We finally stopped for some supper before heading back, which turned out to be amazing as usual in this country. We have also noticed the music is everywhere in Buenos Aires. We have witnessed hipster Jazz bands on the street corners, somewhat impressive guitar and vocal performances on the metro, as well as people just singing in the street. It adds a nice touch to be walking down the street serenaded by beautiful music.
... the journey was well worth it. We stayed in a B&B on the outskirts of the town Casa Yaguarete ( Avocado House.) We had a large but basic room/cabin. The 2 women owners couldn't be more helpful & hospitable and gave lots of advice & help on what to see & do. They cooked us a substantial meal after our day sightseeing, a huge thunderstorm came over just as we were finishing dinner & the lights went out so we went to bed exhausted by the ...