- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sometime in the night on the way back to Ushuaia, the wind picked up considerably, and the Drake Passage lived up to its reputation. Thanks to the scopolamine patch, I wasn't miserably sick, but for the next two days, I was most happy in bed, which my body slid down as the boat rocked. The patch isn't supposed to be sleep inducing as Dramamine, but it kept me sleeping and that was fine. ...
We can tango! We are back in Buenos Aires the city of the three finger thick steaks. We enjoyed a quiet time last night and Bob watched Sheffield United v Tottenham so I went to the foyer to write the blog. This is quite funny.... Bob had the TV so loud that he didn't hear me at the door when I had returned to the room sooooh I had to go to reception and phone him to open the door!, Ha Ha Ha! Before I had I left SU had ...
... We then walked from the National Congress building to Casa Rosada before catching the subway home. Thankfully we were cooking in as the feet were very tired. However, tiredness didn't stop us from doing a few laps around the block (walking of course) to savour el ambience Palermo viejo and have a beer -after dinner en casa.
Day 4. Into Constitution estacion so that Tom and I could do a tour of Casa Rosada - home of the famous balcony where Eva Peron and ...
... of a class where we were constantly having to exhibit what we learnt in front of the class, I found I like it, and was even dare I say it good at it! Lotus was getting carried away there was tango everywhere, we saw a show at Cafe Tortoni, the oldest cafe in Buenos Aires, every time we walked by there was a queues to get in, it was not as grand as the cafe in Rio with mirrors, but it was a piece of history. We skipped the que and went straight to the show. We had ...
... short stature, paunch, earring and curly dark hair. (There also followed a bizarre moment when someone thought he was Pele - and was very reluctant to be corrected on the subject.)
Friday was a much better day, with no debates about famous footballers' identities, nor any visits to ...