Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... churches, today an opera house! No telling what tomorrow will bring... Our delightful guide with a perfect British accent swept us up with the stories behind this ornate and sumptuous building even giving us a virtuoso performance of 'Don't cry for me Argentina' in the long salon, nothing can capture that mournfulness of the performance but the pictures set the scene...
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... nights. Not only had it saved us hundreds of pounds, but it inspired us to come to Southern Patagonia, a place our budget would not stretch to cover without our little casa. Lighter bags in tow, we headed to the small airport in El Calafate a few hours before our flight was due to take off. In the start of our trip, a wise traveler shared a little secret with us: it is cheap to fly domestically in the same country. We keep this in mind anytime we have a long ...
... long walk back to our hotel in the heat that takes about an hour. Need the exercise though with all the eating we are doing. On the way we stop to visit El Ateneo, a huge bookshop that is located in a converted old theatre and is very impressive. It is good to get back to our hotel room for a rest as we have a dinner date with Carolyn Kerr and her husband at 8.30. They have booked a restaurant in their own suburb so we grab a taxi to get there and arrive a little early so take ...
... she said she had given me the correct details but she was in another café which was facing ha ...I finished my coffee and went over to meet her, this was about my experience so far and when I first arrived I had written on a card, 3 goals to hopefully achieve whilst here and we discussed these in details and I had managed to achieve to the best of my ability ...great ( Genial, bellisimo) ...these were that I wanted to master the ...
... to store our bags and headed to the Evita museum, unfortunately we weren't aware that museums don't open on Mondays! We continued our walk to the neighborhood of Palermo. This area was much nicer and cleaner than everything else we'd seen. We settled for a fantastic burger at the 'Burger Joint' which was a cool little place. We strolled back to the bus station which was an hour walk. We were ready for Mendoza, just a mere 16 hour bus journey ...