Feirs Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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So ... Look who's in town! My new travel buddy has finally made it to Buenos Aires. Introducing Sam! Teacher, rugby player, writer, Yarkshire lad, Epic Run-ning Man (he ran 50 miles every day for 50 days once upon a time, don't you know), fitness instructor, the next David Bailey, gingerbread man destroyer and right now, my other half. He's …
... Aires known as the Gomero tree or rubber tree. A lot of the time in the squares of Buenos Aires you will see these large trees being supported by structure man made just to hold up the branches.
Our last stop before our coffee break was Basilica Santisimo Sacramento, a Catholic Church built in 1916. This church is truly beautiful.
After coffee we made our way through Recoleta to Plaza embajada de Israel. This is where the Old Israeli embassy stood before ...
... we tangoed around the room the instructors offered feedback to us individually, and periodically halted proceedings for interventions specific to the ladies, gentlemen, or for everyone. One of the things I enjoyed most about the class (taught almost exclusively in Spanish) was watching the demonstrations given by our instructors: a temptress and her suitor, bodies locked together, moving as one. Reflect My visit to La Bomba del Tiempo got me thinking about the ...
... was on her own, she has been travelling for quite some time and has been to Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia and is now heading south to Patagonia. She ends in Ushuaia and then flies back up to Brazil for the carnival. The Tango Show started once we finished our meal. There were tango dancers, singers, Latin American musicians and then the Tango musicians and some gaucho's doing traditional dancing. We were entertained for about 2 hours so we didn't get back to the hotel until well after ...
... changing the USD to Peso ( their official currency). Finally ready to board the plane.... And again it was delayed another hour. I found a nice chair to relax in.... Soon it was time to embark. A number of our tickets when scanned came up as "invalid" and seats were changed around at the last minute but I wasn't too fussed as the trip was only going to be about 1 and a half hours to BA across the Andean Mountains... Post ...