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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... meets in a building in the area so I went and checked out the amazing building. It surprised me how much it looked like the Capital Building in Washington DC because we are in another country with a different start, and a different government. This part of the city has an amazing old world charm that I can't seem to not love.
... us on the metro to our hotel, as I was worried that it would be a dive and wanted to check it out - wow - it was fantastic - Scala hotel, close to Independencia Station and the 9 de Julio boulevard. We all met back at the ship, we returned by cab and a quick look at the modern part of Buenos Aires - puerto Madero. Our last supper was a celebration of Vlads 70th, which he will celebrate later in the ...
... given by the group to try to reunite the families.
On the western side of the plaza is Casa de Gobierno (Government House) or as it’s more popularly known, The Pink Palace. It is an unsymmetrical building because it was joined on to next doors larger and more significant Post Office in 1898. Theories for the pink colour range, but one was that they wanted water resistant paint and this was done by mixing cows blood and fat and painting it in the exterior. The President ...
... children's paintings. Then after that we had time dedicated to saying goodbye to my room mate as she was leaving the next day. Very sad to see her go.
Then the day after I lifted with her as I was going in the same direction to see my lovely relative Elizabeth Schiele for two days. Arrived at her flat and after lunch went straight out to do one of these open deck bus tours of the city and got off at two points. But had ...
Today's quest was a decent bakery, today's located in the posh neighbourhoods, between Recoleta and Retiro. As had been in bits of this area before and needed the exercise, took a scenic route – tube to Plaza Italia & walk from there. Had hoped to drop into the MALBA, the highly regarded art museum – was saved the entry fee by it not opening until noon!
Found the gourmet French ...