Hotel Del Bosque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... now? If so stop me!) Needless to say steak was on the menu that lunch time also.
That evening we found a Tango Show at Café Tortoni, which is Parisian style coffeehouse that has been around since 1880, and they have a basement in which their tango shows are performed. The Tango was very good, there was a bit of a strange storyline where the scene opened in what looked like a brothel, but other than that the dancing ...
... is based around Eva Peron. Ok. History lesson over. I just thought it was really interesting. Also interesting was what happened to her after she died - she's embalmed (didn't happen often then), body goes missing, found again, and her husband and his new wife display her in their dinning room?! Eventually she's returned to Argentina and is given a very formal grave and funeral. And her grave still has fresh flowers surrounding it, showing the people's love for her. ...
... 5 million population but this equates to over half of Uruguay in total (and England still can't beat them in the World Cup!) Our hostel seemed a long walk from the bus terminal and as we had our bus north towards Puerto Iguazu booked for the next morning, knew we had to make the most of our day despite being away from the centre. Turned out the location was great and only four blocks from the magnificent Playa de los Pocitos where perfect white sands and azure sea meets the ...
... in a private double room with shared bathroom for $300 pesos per night per room (not per person).
... Italian influence in this city, especially in their food. The ice cream is one of our favorite parts! :) I'm sure you can tell based on the picture of Jerry with his cone. Our bus tour took us to a neighborhood that we would probably not venture to on foot. It's called La Boca and is known for its colorful buildings, club Soccer team (Boca Junior) and residents who aren't as friendly toward tourists. We were warned by locals early on that this ...