Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... children in the 1970s and 80s. We also visited the cathedral that used to be the pope's cathedral. We crossed the widest street on earth. Av. 9 Julio. It can't be done in one go. You will have to wait for red lights at some point.
We walked among the tombstones of La Recoletta cemetary where Eva Peron is buried. We had drinks at the Hardrock café and ate the best steaks in town at Don Julio. We almost touched the grass ...
... airport 7:00 pm local time. After clearing inmmigrations and getting more stamps on the passport we were on our way to "La Recoleta" were our hotel is located.
It took us some 45 minutes to get there but we were welcomed with a nice "asado" smell that lurked into our noses as though we could taste it in our mouths.
... with cheese and ham, toast and coffee (delicious!). After I had been served the waiter told one of the girls that the croissants had run out so she had to change her order. I (stupidly) said she could just share mine as I felt a bit guilty, and she happily tucked in- this nearly killed me because I'm not great with sharing food. She kept talking about how she couldn't possibly have managed a full portion anyway which made me want to kill her a bit- I am ...
... skipping around the dance floor at the salsa club. Wonderful and loving friends (who I feel like I’ve known my whole life) provided plenty of hugs and kisses, and the live music was accompanied by fantastic dancing partners. The evening was complete with toasts of beer and blowing out a re-lit birthday candle on a cake that wasn’t mine after strangers sang Cumpleaños Feliz to me. I couldn’t possibly have asked for a ...
... within all of this grandeur,the Argentinean economy is in very bad shape.The value of the Peso has plummeted next to the dollar and the country is in the ludicrous situation of having two sets of exchange to the dollar. This is known locally as the “pink dollar” and the “blue dollar”. The dollar is in high demand as insurance against the peso falling further and people are willing to pay above the normal bank exchange rate to get hold of them so much ...