Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... cut and blown...feel fab!!! I then toured down a few well known streets to see if I could get the family and friends some gifts but apart from being one of the most expensive countries I have set foot in, it was all tat, now Im not paying £7 English pounds for a shot glass with the name Argentina ...so I will buy food I reckon, never go wrong with this ..I had to do a bit of retail therapy for me of course and got myself a New me, new year ...
... and tucked into the salad and bread on the tables whilst performers played instruments and sang songs of the national music from each region of Argentina - they were amazing, playing things like the wooden recorder and windpipes like you wouldn't think was possible! After the salad, the waitresses came round with boards of BBQed meat - it was heavenly. First chorizo sausages, then chicken, then steak - of course we had all 3! During the meat course the main singer sang a native song for ...
... tour group that may still offer rides this late. Making my way there - the guy said they were finished with scheduled boat rides and was only offering private rides. For 1 person that would be $600ARS but if we could find 10 people it would be $60ARS each. I managed to find another 3 people before I headed off to find Rach and let her know. Then I bought a burger and headed back to the dock to wait in the blistering sun for more people. Soon after, ...
... were thoughts expressed which I had never expected (such as "Man, that is one rockin accordion!") and, of course, the mostly naked strip tango.
Tango dancers (at least those we saw) are extremely talented. The men never braced for impact, even though they were lifting at least 100 lbs. into the air with seeming ease. The women had to have complete faith in their partners, lest they be dropped ...
... he sang in Spanish, we could tell he was having fun, and so was the rest of the audience, so we enjoyed it very much. Next up was the trio, Martin on guitar, Clara singing, and Pablo on the stand up bass - they played jazz standards - and all in English! Both of these groups were outstanding, and either would fit in at our Jazz festival, or if they were playing at The Bassment we would not have been disappointed!
After the show, we stayed behind and ...