Esplendor Palermo Soho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... is a ******** most of the time. The fuhrer is a harsh critic. Rach has enjoyed the hotels as it as allowed her to relax in a bug free environment. I have spent my time doing what any normal person does in a hotel, having a bee day, wearing a shower cap and going swimming even when you don't want to, because you need to justify the additional expense. In spite of our experience being marred slightly by the above events, Buenos Aires is a fantastic city. It is easy to navigate*, ...
... the 1930's and the Government bought the properties and they are now used for embassy's. We headed to the main square in BA - Plaza de Mayo. In this square you can see Government House where the President works, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Bank of Argentina and the Town Hall. There are demonstrators set up in the square protesting about the Islas Malvinas (Falkland Islands), they still believe it should belong to Argentina. There were also some people camping there ...
... of me and started kicking off quite spectacularly (only the French can manage this and not be embarassed about it) with the counter staff and told me (and the rest of the queue which was about 50 people) that the plane was overbooked and only those with printed boarding passes were definitely flying to El Calafate. That meant about 30 of us got royally screwed over.
The airlines solution was to make us take a late flight to Buenos Aires (in the exact opposite direction ...
... have my size to my disappointment. Florida street was an interesting cobbled street marked with vendors (?) offering to exchange your money. I'm told this is the "black market" but it can't really be that black at all with all the security guards patrolling the streets and the high class city centre it is. That reminds me there is a lot of police officers patrolling the public areas of BA. And you can hear their sirens going off quite frequently and see them rushing to ...
They say that when you like a place so much your stay is never long enough. After finally watching and dancing tango, dining at the oldest cafe in town, and soaking in one of the grandest and most beautiful bookshops in the world -- I couldn't help thinking this city is made for me.
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