Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Christmas decoration. I have put up a picture of it to show you how cute it is.
At the moment we are just filling in time waiting for a flight to Buenos Aires. When we arrive in tonight we have a dinner with a tango show. It will probably be midnight before we arrive back at our hotel. The food was delicious and drinks unlimited. They certainly know how to ...
... the pavement! Told you the pavements so were a disaster! A very kind elderly gentleman came to my rescue missing my glasses by millimetres. Luckily all well. A shower and preparations for am departure made before dinner in the Cafe Londres where more steak and Malbec enjoyed. Most disappointed to find my glass of wine carefully left for a nightcap had been nicked but am sure my liver was appreciative. The downside of hostel life sometimes. At the airport next am ...
... seeing the back streets leading up to this famous district. And I think, got an idea of why as a species we have a habit of finding beauty when all else around us is a little depressing. Because if Le Boca looked like Constitution before its Dulux Paint colourwheel revival, then I would of been pretty eager to change my CSI crime scene surroundings too. But I guess if depression or despair drive great artistic expression, how that expression comes out is ...
... fresh Italian pasta joints, our favorite food to eat while in BA. We had also stopped for salad greens at one of BA's many Chinese owned groceries. So, after seeing the end of Germany's annihilation of Brazil, we enjoyed dinner together and called it a day, the last of Eli's eighth year.
Eli's 9th birthday was filled with LOTS of celebrating, more than any regular ninth birthday party. July 9th, the first day of Eli's 10th year on the planet ...
... an absolute shithole but we didn't have much choice so we paid for the one night and couldn't leave quick enough the next morning to hunt for a better hostel. It was easily in the top 2 worst hostels we have had on this trip, the other guests were all creepy so it was lucky we had a private room we could lock! The next day we walked around checking other hostels we had found that we liked the sound of but they were all booked out too. Not exactly what ...