Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
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... off due to a landslide.
Looked it up on the net and it was only a small building site accident a couple
of blocks south with major roads closed to allow Medivac to land – just as well
as I had been walking a block away just about the time it happened on the start
of the great marmite hunt.
After I’d grocery shopped I collected by laundry and could
finally relax. This laundry is better as you can have a whole machine to
yourself and they ...
Late wake-up… I would have slept the whole day.
Ready to pack my suitcase for next destination. Guess where? Back in BA!
In my original plan after Montevideo I should have gone to Rosario and then Cordoba but, due to exceptional love for Buenos Aires, I'm late on my trip and I have to skip Rosario going straight to Cordoba. There are 2 options, direct bus 17 hours or flight with stopover in BA.
Definitely the second one but, more than ...
... very old-school Buenos Aires diner for a very late supper, and it being Sunday, they closed early- 2am. We were enjoying our bottles of wine and "free" drinks and they pretty much had to ask us to leave at 2:30am.
Monday we spent wandering the older areas of BA where tango originated, called San Telmo. Here I came to regret my late night drinking: they had a very old outdoor market selling mainly cow parts. My ...
... on the famous balcony where the Perons addresses the crowds and seeing the presidential rooms. As it was shrove Tuesday we found a crepe place for dinner and Lindsay joined us but it was not a late one as Judith, unsurprisingly, was pretty tired after her flight. Headed to the Evita Musuem on Wednesday which was in a cool building with interesting exhibits and learnt more about Evita's life and her fashion sense as they had some of her hats, shoes and dresses on ...
... restaurant and read that "However you ask for your steak to be cooked, it will be served medium rare"- yum! We finished up the night with rather too many cocktails and a complimentary glass of champagne for the Hotel Bar's first birthday (when does that ever happen??! Seriously!) before the clock struck midnight (or actually quite a bit later) and Pook and Pete waved old Cinders here off in a taxi back to my real life!