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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thankful that this was the end of the cruise and not the beginning. I wasn't missing anything, but experiencing the Passage. One more variation was that the ship lost an engine which really slowed us down and delayed our arrival in Ushusia by a half day. Anticipating the possibility that I was going to want a day to be still instead of connecting directly to an airplane, I had ...
... The River Plate is so wide -120 miles at its mouth so it took some time to get there for a cuppa tea and a Pooh "smackeral"!Had a most interesting morning in Tigre Delta. It is only one of two deltas in the worldWhereby the water from the delta flows into a river and not directly into the sea. As we had had so much rain yesterday it had made the river flood a bit and the wash from passing watercraft caused the water levels ...
... addressed the masses. There were a couple of rooms that were very lavish but like most things here needing an injection of money for maintenance. It is cold and windy here today. Very Melbourne! The main event today was lunch at a very well known steak restaurant La Cabrera. The waygu beef was beautiful as were all the sides. We were pleased we booked ahead because all 3 restaurants of the same name were packed.
Tomorrow we are off to Patagonia, El Calafate.
... of wine and Lotus, being a cheap date made me tango across the zebra crossings as we crossed the street...tango unchained everywhere even in the afternoon in the middle of plaza, the Argentinians were really staking their claim on this dance and we were claiming a piece of it too. On the walking tour we went to Recoleta Cemetery, the most elaborate I have ever seen. It's often referred to as the city if the dead, and rightly so as the mausoleums are like ...
... Instead, we visited Tigre by train. Tigre is about an hour north of Buenos Aires by train, a pretty town of rivers, canals and quirky buildings, some of them are vaguely mock-Tudor. It is referred to as a "mini Venice" in our guide book, which brought back haunting memories of Suzhou, China's own Venice of the East, but which turned out to be open, concrete sewers and neon, rather than gondola and sunshine. Here, happily, Tigre was much more like the real deal. ...