- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the result. I promised to leave him a good comment on Facebook, because he definitely earned it.
I got down to Congreso and had a free walking tour that started at 3:15pm. It was a big group of people, around 30, and we only had one guide, so it was a little difficult for him. We walked down the main Avenida de Mayo from Congress to the Presidential Palace, and were given a lot of information about some of ...
... the market rate. It is literally "fake" and there are PLENTY of people here willing to exchange the dollar for a much better rate. *Fun fact of the day.
So after doing some research, I was off to explore the city. I didn't want to do too much exploring since my roommate was arriving later this evening and wanted to save the big site seeing stuff to do with her. So I walked around and found this tasty place to have lunch at. "Pancho Gourmet" is one of the top lunch spots here ...
... medialuna and coffee breakfast at Cafe Tortoni, an old school cafe/theatre that transports you back to the 1940s. Peter has fallen in love with a slightly more modern cafe called Iberico where he demolishes 3-4 medialunas every morning so it was a coup to try a new place! We finally cracked open the Castillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon (sooo delicious) before going for dinner at Lisa's 'Sarkis' which is sooo popular (even on a Wednesday) that there's a 1 hour waiting ...
... at straws. 'Were you injured in the attack sir?' 'No' I reply sensing where this is going. 'Then I'm afraid we can't offer the benefit'. So according to Ric************, it's not a real mugging unless blood is drawn! I have to settle with playing seven a side with Federico and his mates on Sunday night as Karen won't step foot near the stadium. 'It will probably be a terrible game anyway babe' she says. The final score; Boca Juniors 6 Arsenal 4! Next Stop: ...
Our Patagonian days were over...Sadly. The area shared between the 2 countries, is something unbelievable, and we had barely scratched the surface, it seemed. Puerto Madryn did not really feel at all like the Patagonia we knew so well, especially compared to El Bolson, but it is technically still part of it. That's what Patagonia is, a bit of everything, from vast plateaus, to green forests, rivers, lakes, icebergs, glaciers, and of course Tierra del Fuego, and ...