Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the road. We found a bus stop and waited with a lady. The bus came but wouldn't take passengers....UGH why.
Then we kept walking and tried another stop. Nothing came. fudge. wasting time. We walk Las Heras and it's got like 8 lanes of traffic and bounded by park to the north. But not much to look at. Then we walk through Palermo Soho. It's happening and there's well dressed people and dogs. Birkin looks like a happening coffee shop so ...
... But usually the weather is nice, in the 80’s and I get out and about quite a bit. Unlike Lima, the bus system is pretty easy to figure out, so I cross town as needed to help me see the sights. I am also going to Spanish school again, which is still desperately needed, so that is four hours a day spent. The rest of the day, I am usually reading, or hanging out in the park, or sightseeing, or wandering around. There are some beautiful ...
... who are searching for the offspring of their children who went missing in the same era. Apparently of those 30 000 people that went missing, if they had babies while in confinement, the government often adopted those children out. And so this group of "grandmothers" is offering DNA testing to anyone unsure of their heritage. One of the founders of this movement was reunited with her grandson within the last 2 months. -The architecture is a mix of ...
... bill will be shaved of 40%. Thus I managed to pick up a glorious 21oz rare ribeye steak for $12. Smashing through it in the alloted time was a bit of a bummer but it is one of the nicest (and I think biggest) steaks I've had. Bundled out of there we found a nearby bar to relax. I joined in with the wine which gave me less heartburn than last time but still didn't send my tastebuds alight.
The metro was ...
... over Chile, much to the disappointment of the Argentinians. Post the match and a meal we visited the pink house (government house) passing through the presidents office and also the press room which we've since seen on TV. On our final morning Mum and I walked the ecological park around the coastal edge of Buenos Aires with many local cyclists and runners doing the same. Corrina and her mum spent the morning shopping before we all headed to the airport for our flight to ...