Dazzler San Telmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it. And after that and getting myself all messy from the hot dog miracle, I took our plates and told Gustavo I'd do the dishes because "I'm a good housewife." He laughed and said, "good, we've been looking for one." So I wash our plates and go to put them in the drying rack and move stuff around. This causes a glass to fall. And shatter. And ruin my good housewife status. Gosh, I'm such a klutz. But it was pretty funny. First few hours in Brazil was awesome. It's so pretty here! And, boy, the food.... ...
... any potential trouble. And this wasn't us being pussys. The Argentinian league is the most violent in the world and since last year no away fans are allowed into in any stadium throughout the country. To give you an idea of how violent it is, the game between Boca and River plate a few weeks ago had to be abandoned because the home fans pelted the River Plate players with bottles and rocks. Got a taxi home and then went out for some food close to the Millhouse. Went to bed ...
... for all the immigrants. This is a very poor but colourful area. The houses were painted with any left over paint that could be gleaned from visiting ships. These days the houses are kept colourful for the tourists. A second port was built but this proved to be of poor design so a third port was constructed which is still in operation. The 'silver river' is 60 to 100 kilometres across.
Lunch was at the cafe Tortoni which has been in operation since ...
Elizabeth came to pick us up because Erika was still ill. We drove down the wide boulevard that is modeled after Paris. We saw the Paris Embassy. We drove around the town and ended up in a beautiful park. We went for a nice walk. There were beautiful flowers and great trees. The next day was a marathon so lots of people were out running. Elizabeth told us the history of Eva Peron. Many people love her but lots of people still resent her. When she met Peron she was with ...
... the dinner- Argentinian Malbec, delicious. Tuesday 9th September: did a city tour today. We went to Recoleta cemetery, which sounds like an odd thing to do, but it was actually really interesting. It looks like a small city, with alleyways, and down each alley is a row of family crypts. The crypts are spectacular, most look like small churches, especially the really old ones. You can see the coffins in some, and some have elaborate stained glass windows. Eva Peron is buried ...