Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... Joe knew that people were going to be confused when he said his name because people pronounce "yo" (me or I) like "Jo" in Argentina. So they would think he was saying "me" instead of his name. And sure enough, that happened and it was so funny. After the church service, which to be honest, wasn't as interesting as the Grupo de Jovenes, I asked Joe if he wanted to eat lunch with me and hopefully others. I knew that a grand majority of my friends had been partaking in a fast ...
First stop: Buenos Aires Long flight, but uneventful, except for the 1-1/2 hr delay in Miami. Most of the passengers were Argentines returning home from vacation in the US, including many families, since it's their summer vacation. Not a peep from all the children who had been to Disney World :). We were immediately impressed by some of the friendliest people I’ve encountered on my travels. Entering the International Arrivals ...
... food and gave us a tour of the neighborhood today. Oscar has also given me alcohol with each meal and is teaching me about money here. The dollar is worth much more than the peso. A bottle of wine costs 45 pesos, which is about $3. Very cheap for us, but kind of expensive for people who live here. We are neck deep in Spanish now (obviously). I am officially thinking, listening, ...
Enjoyed my king size bed, duvet, and heating, but not the lateness noise goes on nearby – gotta get with the hours here – sleep later and rise later or else I'll miss out, in more ways than one.
Had another good breakfast with fresh cookies & OJ before heading out for a long walk – didn’t really plan it that way, but sometimes that is the best way! Went to check out a Spanish school – need to have a final go at ...
After our ridiculous flight path from South Africa -> Dubai -> Rio (lots of time for movie watching), we arrived in Buenos Aires, AKA the Europe of South America (think a shnazzy, expensive European city). Thankfully our good friend Carole connected us with her friend, Juan, who lives about 45 minutes outside downtown. After our first night in a hostel, Juan came to pick us up after work. He is our age, and lives with his ...