Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... citizens? I have a firm word to the guy and Leesh starts crying. He obviously realises her emotional status and says he can squeeze her through. But I'm told I can't enter the embassy as not a citizen. Great. So I go and sit across the road on a park bench to kill the time. Not knowing how long it will take, I go for a walk around the park, take a few snaps before heading back. Not long after taking my seat again, Leesh comes out asking ...
... 7 and whilst waiting in the queue, salivated over the menu. We decided on a 600g bife de lomo (rib eye) with chips and a bottle of Malbec. There's no need to order lots of sides, as the waiters bombard your table with various dips, sauces, vegetables and breads to go with the perfectly cooked beef centrepiece. We devoured our meal (well within time!) and it was really amazing! Especially when the bill arrived and it only came to about $35 (at the blue rate) ;)
... a lot of the same history as we had heard the previous morning so we snuck off halfway through the tour and headed downtown where they had closed all the roads off to showcase the participants cars and bikes for the Dakar rally race that was to start in Buenos Aires the next day. We had our first real taste of an Argentinian feast that night at a local restaurant where we ordered half a parilla (a full one feeds 4-5 people) which was an assortment ...
... in the major shopping district near the pedestrian mall on Florida
Guess which one I chose? We visited several stores, including H Stern, a luxury jewelry brand known for its quality gems. And other stores nearby, recommended by our guide. Patrick bought me a pendant of agate-type amethyst - very pretty and very unusual.
We all got dressed up and went out for a night on the town at Esquina Carlos Gardel, a dinner show that is a revival of a tango show ...
... So good to have culture back! When walking through the streets of Buenos Aires it is not uncommon to see waiters with a tray of coffe walking from one store to the other. The porteños love their cortado or lagrima and I think no one leaves the house in the morning without a cafe con leche y medialunas or en in Ingles: milk coffe and croissants ( half moons how yet call them here). Another thing a Porteño can not do without is their Mate. I was puzzled to see so many ...