Dazzler San Telmo
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- Swimming pool
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Our overnight flight from Toronto was relatively uneventful - movies, supper, attempts to sleep, breakfast. We were on one of Air Canada's new planes where there are personal pods in first class, which we unfortunately did not get to experience. There was however an interesting cycle of lights throughout the cabin from blue to yellow to white which …
... was still there after nearly 9 hours of dancing in 24 hours was beyond me sometimes but all I know is it makes me superbly happy. It were amazing 4 weeks full of music, dances, smiles and great friends. I was superbly difficult to leave but I wanted to see more of south america so it was time to leave. Knowing I'd be back before leaving to Amsterdam again made the good byes to family and tango easier and more bareable. Nevertheless gracias Buenos Aires and all the amazing ...
... stand. After negotiating our fare we were off through the streets of BA. We felt as if we were back in China with the crazy driving going on. But the graffiti covered buildings, and latin charm helped to bring us back to South America. We arrived at the hotel, paid the driver and checked in to our quaint little guesthouse in the Palmero area. The guesthouse was awesome, brightly coloured, and very homey. Our room was small, but nice and the bed ...
... city to finish packing!
The night before my flight to Buenos Aires I suddenly realised I had not booked a transfer to the airport!! Reception told me that it was too late and I'd have to do it first thing in the morning. I got up early to be told the transfer office did not take calls until after 9am and I had to be at the airport before that!! My only option (minus paying an extortionate cab fee) was to walk to the train station and the ...
... to an area of pretty parks and happened accross a Jazz festival. Unfortunately the concert about to happen was sold out but instead there was a group playing Jazz in the street just outside which we listened to in the sun before heading to the graveyard. The graveyards in South America are impressive with large altars and crypts for families. We explored for a while before finally locating Evitas grave hidden down a side street. We were amused to notice ...