Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... my Spanish homework in order to get there on time...and that went well, more stuff sinking in which is good because I have been feeling Estoy Frustrado with not being able to hold a full conversation...but goodbye Spanglish...hello Espanol!!!!! I had a lovely tea with the family then off to bed for me!!!!!
What I could have done better get vanessa to email the first contact details and responses...and asked more about the process
How I felt
... dreamy and really quiet. The breakfast was very continental but we manage to put a kiwi spin on it depending on what they provide e.g Hard boiled eggs but no egg cup we just peel the egg and crush it on toast ( but seriously who puts a bowl of hard boiled eggs out without eggs cups! and its really hard to peel a hot boiled egg).
Today we had a free day to do what ever we wanted and after our City Tour yesterday we knew the areas we wanted to go, so off we set ...
... grand re-opening next week. Toby said: “As a Dawlish man born and bred I was horrified by the damage to the station but it wasn’t until I saw it for myself and spoke to the station manager that I realised that I could do something to help. “It’s been great to be part of helping the station to bounce back greener than ever.” ............................... BUENOS ARIES DAY THREE. damp and warm. Up around seven, packed up as we're off on holiday ...
After a night of Tango we awoke to a very soggy day. Have no fear --there are many museums in this town. After a local cafe leche, we were off to the Teatro Colon, the opera house for a tour. The ticket line was long, but eventually we had a delightful tour of this Italian style opera house. After this experience, we went to the Malba museum. Very modern and featuring another interminable line. The museum was built in 2001. After ...
... our stuff off, took naps, went looking around, and then ate some lunch before setting off on an unanticipated trek. We were supposedly hiking up this glacier for a little while until some of us got bored and turned around because the snow was getting deep and we weren’t prepared for trekking in the snow. In fact, I was wearing my slipper boots and Sarah was kind enough to offer me the extra pair of sneakers in her bag. I didn't want to hold my boots on the trek up ...