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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well today was our last full day here in Buenos Aires. Another gorgeous day. Bright sunny skies with warm temperatures. We really feel that we've settled in quite nicely here in the "Paris of the South". We've got a lay of the land, we can come and go pretty easy now either by walking or by transit if the need arises.
We hooked up with V&K early today and headed out to the Recoletta Cemetery. It's a big tourist ...
... city. It was pouring outside but that didn’t dampen the spirits inside the bus, rather when we got to the stadium grounds those spirits only increased. There were huge crowds, and five police barriers that we had to pass through before being allowed to enter the stadium. Females were separated and checked by police in a different line, meaning I and the two other girls in the group were hanging around waiting for the boys to come through. Fingerprints were given, and ...
... better than spending the morning doing it ourselves! With that out of the way, we were off in search of brunch (seems to be at trend that we only eat brunch and a late lunch... Or early dinner). This time we ate at a place about 10 second walk from where we were staying. Very tasty food, but the coffee wasn't great. Actually, everywhere we ate while in Argentina has been fantastic, we haven't had problems finding veggie food for Melita, and everything we taste is ...
... and flour all over her. We saw it a number of times and there were white stains all over the floor. One girl got a bottle of coke poured over her over the top of it all too…what a mess!
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Still steak J
New Tastes: Parilla – Argentinian BBQ Feast
International McDonalds Meal: Triple Burger with Bacon
Local Beer: Quilnes
... for since arriving in Argentina... Steak!!! We went to a restaurant in San Telmo called Manollas and armed with my culinary decoder, I set about translating the menu. After about half an hour all I could work out was different types of meat, when the waiter came to take our order Chris ordered fillet steak & I said "Soy vegetariana, no como carne". He pointed out to me.... Pasta- the very thing we eat at least 4 times a week! Who'd be veggie in Argentina, eh? Oh well, ...