Hotel Del Bosque
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... everything will end up in Miami.
I won't bore you with all the details of Evita's life, the musical does a good job of following her life, but it was so interesting to see the Casa Rosada, Florida Street, the Rio de la Plata and the Recoleta Cemetery. We also went to the Evita Museum which is housed in the mansion that was her Foundation headquarters. The current president of Argentina is a woman, whose husband ...
So we spent the first part of the day seeing Buenos Aires by bus. You know the sort of thing. Hop on hop off visit the city and see what it has to offer. Parts of Buenos Aires really impressed me. I also loved some of the les polished areas which were truly beautiful in their. Bright colours and powerfully emotive atmospheres made an interesting journey. It has to be said though, that of all the city tours I ...
... I decided to spend the rest of the day together visiting the art museum - very mediocre - and eating lunch in a cafe which would not have been out of place in France. We agreed to meet for dinner and I said I'd return to her hotel not realising it was a twenty minute walk to mine there and back. Still good exercise. We struggled to find a restaurant and ate sufficiently but less than interestingly in a place opposite her hotel. Sunday night not the most useful day to want to ...
We have just completed our first week in Buenos Aires. The flights from Boston/Miami/Buenos Aires were without issues. We settled into our apartment (located in the Recoleta neighborhood), unpacked and relaxed. We made our first trip to the supermarket, stocking up on essentials. We have experienced three modes of transportation thus far: taxi, underground, and bus. Since we are staying in the ...
... Argentinians breakfast is better. Bread, cereal, NORMAL tea and the best part....medialunas. They look like a croissant but are not. They are heavier than a croissant and they aren't flaky. Fanny looked after us at breakfast, refilling our plates, cooking eggs (huevo) if we wished. There was a big language barrier, yet we understood her. They do say actions speak louder than words..in this case that was very true. Moving onto my miscommunication of telling a taxi driver our address ...