Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up this morning after another really smooth ride through the Drake Passage. Drake Lake indeed. We left our big bags outside of rooms this morning with a specific ribbon colored for when you are getting off the ship and where they are going to take you. Ryan and I put our blue ribbons on our bags because we were on the first bus to the airport. We had been a bit concerned that we weren’t going to make it in time for our flight at ...
... the shopping ave, we made our way over to Avenida Corrientes (another famous street in Buenos Aires). This street was like the Broadway of Buenos Aires. Theaters everywhere and shows about to commence. We saw actresses and actors coming in as they were getting ready for their show. We stopped at a cafe to eat called La Consada which was on Corrientes Ave. I ordered a milkshake and a personal Margherita pizza here for about $9. Another delicious meal.
Since it was ...
October 5 -7 Buenos Aires
Before I start on our Buenos Aires Blog, I forgot to mention the other incredible and unique thing about Uruguay…..their President, who will finish his term at the end of this year. He lives in a simple farmhouse, drives an old VW bug and gives away 90% of his income to charity. Other world leaders could probably learn a thing or two from him. Check out this link.
... unite us. Which is why I find separatism very strange. I don't believe it's possible, nor desirable, to be truly independent in the modern, globalised world. Nationalist politics makes me very nervous - I struggle to think of any examples in history when it's gone well: I'm not really sure why the Scottish National Party is more acceptable than the BNP. But the main issue for me regarding Scotland's independence is Europe. It seems fairly obvious that leaving ...
... br> We went back to the same restaurant that we liked so much, Chiquilin. We had another meat overdose. Fantastic flavorful beef cooked perfectly "jugosa", that mean, juicy. The waiter recognised us and we showed him photos of El Calafate, Bariloche and El Calafate. He loved it because he has never been there.
We also walked a bit Avenue 9 de Julio, they say it is the widest avenue in ...