Gran Hotel de la Paix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the stadium ad very few South African supporters. Next thing 2 SA Supporters joined the row behind us. We got chatting, they were from Pretoria. Next 11 guys all wearing South African rugby jerseys joined our row. All the guys were South Africans living in the states, bar one who still lived in SA. We joined forces and all sat together. I can't explain the feeling, when you are away from home as long as us and you hear the South African accent, you have found your ...
... had no idea what he was saying. We got our order (mike espresso and me a cappuccino) and we also got 2 little bowls of gelato. So good. After that we walked across the street and walked through the recoleta cemetery. This is where Eva Peron is buried. It's full of important government officials and military personnel. It was huge. It was literally like a small city with all the tombs and the paths throughout. For those who don't know, Eva Peron was the First Lady of Argentina. She ...
... some. It's decent but daaaamn she delayed on the check and change. The wifi also didn't work. sun was going down and I really wanted to find the metal flower. It was too late. No buses and no taxis were coming down.
Walked some more and got a taxi home.
Going to do more research but the internet was intermitantly flat out not working or working glacially.
Hoped to catch a movie at Abasto shopping.
... the local port, many of the buildings are made from corrugated steel and then simply painted in a variety of bright colours. The San Telmo market is a weekly event on Sundays where hundreds of local stalls are erected selling a variety of antiques, paintings and crafts, interspersed with people selling homemade empanadas and fresh juices and the odd tango dancing couple and groups of buskers. It was hot, humid, colourful and wonderful - ...
... old homes as well as ones that were quite contemporary. The village was filled with very hip boutiques, a great little fruit and vegetable market and some very interesting restaurants, as well as other commercial enterprises. There was a supermarket three or four blocks further down where we stocked up on supplies for the next five days.
The next morning, we took a taxi to “Plaza de Constitution”, the ...