Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... no longer a pumping station), but the most fascinating part is a small museum featuring toilets and other plumbing accessories from the early 20th century.
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Probably boasting around the same number of visitors as the toilet museum (which isn’t that many!) is the Evita Museum, the rather spooky memorial to Maria Eva Duarte de Peron, Evita, the wife of the post-war Argentine ...
... the moment when we think it must have happened. A youngish woman had been standing right next to him acting a little strangely, she kept moving around him. He was suspicious so he was hanging on to his pocket that had the camera in, his other pocket that had some money in and watching his rucksack as well. Then a man stepped on Tony´s foot and dropped some cash onto the floor so everyone including Tony was looking at him briefly. We think it must have ...
... Bombonera stadium now holds around 45,000 people after being extended in 1996, with restrictions on away fans currently in place. You can imagine the intimidating atmosphere for the away team.
The tour ends and we head back to the hostel for lunch. The afternoon is again activity packed, with a bicycle tour of the north of the city. The tour takes us through Retiro, onto la recoleta cemetery and finally Palermo, with the guide stopping at various places to ...
... we went out searching for a gelato place. On the way we saw a nice pizzeria and decided to stop and indulge ourselves in a few pieces of pizza. We ordered the spinach pizza, the muzarella pizza, and a fugazza, the restaurants specialty. The fugazza was amazing and filled our stomachs happily. The spinach was way too creamy, so neither of us finished the slice. Following our pizza stop we walked to the recommended ...
... after shop and of course. it was Christmas Eve and very crowded - so unsurprisingly we were exhausted and achieved little. We bought each other a little gift but ended up buying a bottle of whisky and some chocolates in our local shop.
Chirstmas Day was extraordinary and a Christmas we will never forget. Our host, Angel (he is the elderly father of our lovely exchanger, Roxanna, who came to visit us in the summer) very kindly came ...