Hotel Del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... on family inheritance. Still a pie (on foot) we walked to the MALBA-Museo of Modern Latin American art. I enjoyed the art (including a Diego Riviera)while the other 3 enjoyed a beer. Lunch at a nearby shopping centre brought a reminder of our vulnerability as tourists -we were wandering through the shopping centre when a security guard pointed out that my backpack was open. Thankfully nothing was missing. Our very long walk was even more pleasant beause the ...
... 200 years of European settlement so the earliest is from
the1700s. We really liked the difference here especially the Palacio Barolo
which is an office block whose intricate design is based on Dante’s Inferno and
the cathedral where the current Pope was the bishop and the fašade looks like
an Ancient Greek temple. We stopped at a restaurant on the way home and ate a
really very nice pizza.
... spanish croque masseur, dulce de leche on everything from croissants to ice cream to pancakes, fruit and of course haventtes and alfajores, pear ice slushi, lemon ice slushi, palm heart salad, alot of cheese, cooked chedder meets holumi cheese, real homemade chips (an oldie but i love them so much and you never get them in Sydney), stuffed crepes, matte drink, more cheese, spanish risotto, the most amazing almond ravioli ever, more ice cream (best ever here the flavours ...
... see the barricades across the Plaza, but what I didn’t show and what was a bit worrying were the armed riot police, complete with armoured truck with water cannon, which apparently is always present in case protesters try and get to the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace. Which we were told happens around once a fortnight. Not a sign of a healthy society, we think?
... us again in Iguazu, and so we ended up spending a fair amount of time together.
As for the falls, words will undoubtedly fail me in any attempt to describe them. The sheer mass of water perpetually tumbling into a white frothy abyss, and the deafening sound accompanying it. Just amazing.
The Parque Iguazu alone is quite a worthwhile destination. You can enjoy the leisurely train ride up to the falls or take the Green Route and ...