El Conquistador Hotel
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... through the litter though the Palermo railway underpass
seemed to be a popular crashpad!
There were zebra crossings and, like elsewhere in the city,
people occasionally stop, not just treated as monochrome tarmac decoration as
in many countries. Of course many cyclists and bikers ignore them and it is a
risk to trust them as you get “the green man” when those turning right over the
crossing get a green light too!
Day 33- Hostel Suites. Located in the middle of the city in a street where no cars drive down. Looks small from the outside and the inside, where you walk in anyway. 9 levels. Huge reception area and bar. Pool table, comfiest lounges and the best breakfast I had in a long time. Beds are already made. Which means the cover sheet is not gunna come off. I look over at Tom and Shaun, I don't know how it's possible but there cover sheet has disappeared. Walking around ...
... frequent photo stops and finished with a refreshment stop, whiskey with glacier ice and alfojors, which I would highly recommend as a way to finish every glacier tour or potentially even every hike. Walking back through wood with much lighter feeling feet once I'd got rid of the crampons and saw some big chunks of ice falling off the glacier into the water with accompanying roar. Had picnic lunch back at cabins as heavens opened so felt very sorry for ...
We landed in Buenos Aires domestic airport on Thursday 9th January which is in the middle of the city and took our transport straight out to a ranch that we stayed on for 2 nights. On our way to the ranch we went to a dairy factory where they showed us how various cheeses were made. Depending on the type of cheese that is being made will determine: how much cream they remove, how long they let the cheese ferment for, the amount of time the cheese sits in the salt baths which ...
... We soon came across the site we were most eager to visit, the grave of Eva 'Evita' Peron. Having visited the museum only a few days ago and learning of the turbulent time her body went through after her passing it was comforting to know she is at rest with her family (Duarte).
Lunch was in one of the surrounding parks as we had brought sandwiches. On our way back to the bus we wandered the lovely surrounding streets, filled with gorgeous shops and ...