Gran Hotel de la Paix
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... we had way more than enough time.
We had breakfast on the ship for the last time with the whole gang and said bye to everyone as we were parting ways there. Ryan and I made sure our bags got on the right bus for us to go to the airport, along with all 39 chinese people in the group. We got to the airport by about 9am, and our flight wasn’t until almost noon. Ushuaia is a very very small airport, so there wasn’t much to ...
... we knew that was our cue to get back to the apt... we didn't want to be two girls roaming around the streets by ourselves. We god back, took a power nap, and got ready for a night out. We had heard that the clubs in Buenos Aires open late, REAL LATE... about 2 AM. They go until about 7 AM - that's my kind of party! We went to "Asia de Cuba" which was a club at the Port where we had dinner the night before. They charged a $10 cover which included a drink. We arrived about 2:30 AM ...
Now for Buenos Aires..….We drove into Montevideo the morning of the 5th to catch the bus to the town of Colonia where we would catch the Busquebus ferry to Buenos Aires. Everything went without a hitch and were relieved to see Alex waiting for us at the ferry terminal. She was tall, blond, very attractive and full of life. She had lived in Los Angeles where she, apparently, made quite a name for herself as ...
... Kingdom, which is the member state of the EU, also means leaving the EU. That leaves them in the position of deciding whether or not to rejoin; economically, the benefits of the inherent trade deals (or rather, losing out on them if they don't) make it a pretty obvious thing to do; however, it would also mean signing over a great deal of that newly-won sovereignty (probably even being forced to accept the Euro) to an even larger union. An even bigger issue is ...
... well, I do not know if it still is true. We saw la Plaza de Mayo and explained to Elena and Ariana why this square is unfortunately so famous. We will try to come on a Thursday afternoon to accompany the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo.
And homework, lot of homework, taking advantage that the wifi is good. We also watched the Superbowl with chips and beer, of course.