Dazzler San Telmo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... streets, through neighborhoods we had not yet explored, would be fun anyway. We did find ourselves wandering through a garment district and passing through a heavily Jewish neighborhood filled with Jewish schools and synagogues, women walking with up to eight children in tow and men in their black hats looking important.
We got to spend time with our favorite BA friend, Grace Berlfein, meeting one afternoon for lunch at a wonderful vegetarian ...
... made some damn good tasting empanadas! Next up was the best chorizo we had tasted since Portugal. We had a massive bowl of chorizo, a bowl of little toasts, some grilled cheese and chimmi churri. These ingredients all combined to make an extremely tasty entree! The steak followed next and it was the main event! We were told of the complex cooking style, the steak was flipped every 10 seconds and basically shallow fried, then put in the oven before resting, to achieve the optimal ...
... Graffiti is a form of street art. It's mainly made of letters.
Tagging. Throw-up. Piece. Those were the three main distinctions in graffiti. Tagging is like a simple signature. One colour. Throw-ups have a couple of colours. And piece would be more complex with fillings.
I asked how one can tell if a graffiti is done by someone really good or experience. Guide said, one can tell from the stroke of the brush. He showed examples as we walked ...
... Argentina. Of course we couldn't see anything. Apparently, the President is taken by helicopter everyday from Buenos Aires to the Presidential Palace outside of Buenos Aires and back.