Elevage Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... red at a local corner restaurant set us back about £28, when it could have been as little as £14 if we’d been prepared to try our luck with a swarthy Argentine stranger in a back alley. Of course we may not have lived to enjoy the pizza and Argentinian red. It’s all about priorities…
Anyway, despite having rushed straight out of the hotel without even unpacking our toothbrushes we didn’t finish dinner until ...
... the plus side my complete lack of comprehension has meant trying more interesting foods as I can't read the menu. Alot of meat turns out as Oscar can read the menu and I feel like I have lead in my stomach...but nothing like broadening the palette. These have included, but not limited to...warthog (yup), 'empty meat' (I think it was brisket and its better than bacon), Argentina BBQ of sirloins, rump and scotish fillet, white sausage, some pate style german flat ...
... the entrance of the hostel watching a dog lick himself. We thought he was cleaning himself. Then BAM. His red rocket shot out of no where. Like a NASA rocket heading for outta space. 3 hr bus ride along the coast to Montevideo. Totally opposite to Colonial. Busy city. Night club, pub spot of Uruguay. Good hostel. Saranda hostel. Centre of town. Even though they don't speak English they still get your not funny, funny jokes. Day 37- Uruguay, the legal country for ...
... any Spanish heard a conversation between a local and me they would think I was fluent. Not so much but it looks good to the uninformed. Often I fake like I understand and it's interesting to me because sometimes I pull it off and other times I can tell the person knows I don't have a clue.
Speaking of culture here something that is interesting is how the portenos, as the locals are called, stand in neat single file queues ...
We arrived at the airport this morning for our 10:30am flight back to BA only to be told our flight was cancelled and we could be put on the next one at 2:30pm. Brilliant, a 4 hour delay. The only blessing was that Matt realised he had left his iPod in the hotel so had plenty of time to go back and get it. Unfortunately when he got to the hotel he couldn't find it. It turns out it was in his bag the whole time and therefore he had ...