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A typical Argentine breakfast buffet greeted the class this morning to give us the energy to tour the city. We loaded up into our two buses and began a guided tour. It began in Recoleta near the Floralis Generica and the law school. Education in Argentina is free for all residents unless you want to continue on for additional degrees. We drove by …
To prepare for the exciting week ahead, I allowed myself to sleep in this morning. Fortunately it was fairly easy to do, especially once that brought streetlight outside my hostel window turned off. Once up, I grabbed a simple breakfast of croissants from the hostel kitchen. A fellow traveler started chatting with me thanks to my Iowa State T- …
... Thursdays but just from 4-5:30. So therefore, I had an hour and a half to kill in between history and that. So I decided to go look for a sube card, and a place to add credit to my phone. So. I found a kiosk where I added 100$ to my phone, the equivalent of maybe $12, $15. Then I tried to call my voicemail (how I'd originally found out I needed to add credit) and it STILL said I was out of money. Finally I found my receipt, and realized when telling the cashier my phone ...
... is running out so just buy a couple. i complete my days adventure with Gelato (do i really need to keep saying this?) Monday is another chill out day though decide to spoil myself with a nice lunch at Miranda (where we ate the first time around). I very much enjoy my first steak in a couple of months and yes as you should be able to guess by now the meal was completed with a visit to a nearby gelato shop. Tuesday, feeling like a bit of a walk, end up walking down ...
... A shame, but as I had blisters on my feet I was very happy to sit and watch. The next night was a much better ratio of males to females, but there were just too many people to allow you the room to dance properly. I came to the conclusion after this that learning to dance in a 'drop-in' environment probably isn't the best thing. What was great though was watching after the classes as there were loads of really great, enthusiastic dancers who seemed to be able to do all the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility