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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the most crazy coincidences of my life. While wandering through the little town I spotted a figure in a restaurant that I thought I recognized, and **** me dead, if it wasn't my Auntie and Uncle I hadn't seen in about 3 years who were in the town for avro!! So a quick coffee and catch up was an order, I still can't believe the chance.
Next day was off to Montevideo, the nations capital and home to probably the most relaxed president in the world who ...
... presidents house and the daily protests and told us all about the political history of Argentina and some reasons for all the protests, before leading us south of the river to the richer and newer district. Down here she showed us a lovely strip of street food stalls by a park where we had choripans for lunch (chori=chorizo pan=bread, so a chorizo hot dog essentially) at a stall with an ...
... so much.. spent the night in hostel with fellow travellers...really friendly... today morning 3 hours with Albano ad his dance partner..lots of work.Frustration.Stupid chiros.Hips..i have to use them better.Aghhhhhh...i felt frustrated with myself but both were really great supoeting me..praising me...ohwell.. goodbye Albano will come back for more classes.He really taught me so much im so happy.. now..oh now itisa different story to tell.......meeting ...
... had only a couple of hours to visit the last few attractions before we said goodbye to Buenos Aires. It was hot again out on the street as we made our way to the Avenidad de Mayo, where we were to have coffee at the iconic Cafe Tortoni, where we thankfully sat inside, out of the heat, ordered coffee and stared in wonder at the walls and ceiling of the oldest cafe in Buenos Aires. Together with the original woodwork, this cafe is beautiful and a living example of the fine ...
... Presidents office. It's not every day you visit the office of a world leader. This marked the end of the tour and although I didn't learn anything I was a different experience and I'm glad I did it. By the time I got back to the hostel it was time to eat and start the drinking. We realised we had a bit if a dilemma to do with alcohol though. You couldn't bring your own booze into the hostel and the drinks there were so expensive. Also the ...