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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... miss even if your eyes were closed. In the same area we were able to see the Supreme Court of justice which is a typical French building designed by architect Norbet Maillart and still has its original French columns in the building. Opposite the Monument of General Juan Lavalle is the Theatro colon. This is the main Opera house in Buenos Aires and ranked the third best opera house in the world.
We then made our way along the streets past tons of old building that ...
This is one of two phrases to have slipped out of my mouth this week that have been quoted back to me. The other (is The White House in Boston?) I'll skip over for now. My second week in Buenos Aires has been grand, and I can't believe my time here is coming to a close. Mara (my Spanish teacher at Vamos) has upped her game, which may or may not be connected to the fact that her vampiric lover(s) seem to have sated their thirst. My classmates and I sat our 'end of ...
... a hotel there that is inside the wheat storage silos and it is a 6 star hotel with Turkish baths and Incan architecture. We chose to be dropped off in Florida Avenue - this is a shopping mall and we headed to the famous Galerias Pacifico to get some lunch and have a look at the shops. We wandered down the Avenue towards our hotel browsing through the shops as we went.
We have our Tango class and dinner show tonight. We were picked up at 18.50 and taken to the venue. There ...
... with white ice/snow. What appeared to be less than a kilometre adjacent to these massive mountains were smaller drier, red barren mountain ranges which plateaued out enough for the airport terminal. It was incredible to see this dramatic change in terrain which was almost touching/connected. We soon were waiting for our connecting flight to Buenos Aries. It became very apparent here that we were some place ...
... swinging around wooden mallets later in the afternoon), we went to watch a real polo match and be introduced to some of the polo horses. Luckily, all the horses were in great shape and really well taken care of (Peter would have had a word otherwise). The owner Reuben was great fun and is a professional polo player. He owns a couple of ranches and over 100 polo horses (totally minted). The match was so much faster that we had anticipated! Horses never stop moving, mallets ...