Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
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"Go to San Luis" said the lady at the hostel in Buenos Aires ..."it will be much more interesting than Santa Rosa".... "ok" we said...Geeze all i can say is that I hold grave concerns for the people of Santa Rosa.....this kinda sums up the stay in San Luis... Even the lady at the hotel reception was suprised we had come....I think she had forgotten …
Well looks like we had to give Buenos Aires (BA) another chance! and after giving it such a bad wrap as our first destination in South America, it seems like fate that we unexpectantly ended up with an extra 2 days here. This is all thanks to the incompentencies of that fab South American Airline - Aerolineas Argentinas. Basically we arrived in BA …
... I just think that is so cool. So weird. So awesome. What a small world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There were plans to go to a bar called Sugar tonight, a bar I found last week. But while everyone is enjoying ladies' night, I'll be enjoying my bed. It's only 10:30 and I'm drained. I blame my history teacher. :D Observations: Nesquik is HUGE here. It's bigger than Hershey's! They even have Nesquik CEREAL!!! I will be trying that for sure! I'm pretty sure that companies here are the same ...
... flavours Location: Near the Zoo, so good if your around there Cost: 30 pesos for quarter a kilo Rapa Nui: I had Marquise (chocolate, dulche de leche and meregue) fra nui (white chocolate with crream and fruit) and Patagonia (a sorbret of Calafate, a berry you find in the south of Argentina and which El Calafate is named after ). By far the best of the bunch. All three were perfect, good consistency and an excellent taste. Has a good range of different flavours that ...
... from a beautiful period. The best dining treat I saved for my last night. Parillas (BBQ/Grills) are found everywhere and I knew that there was only one way to eat on my last night in Argentina. Walking around Plaza Dorrego during the Feria de San Telmo, it was impossible to ignore the meat smell coming from the Parilla Dorrego located in one of the corners, and given it had the added advantage of having an upstairs with a great view over the tango shows taking place in the ...
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