Duomi Plaza Hotel
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Arrived about midday and although all the stalls were up and
the asados in full swing, no sign of the promised folkloric dancing, horse
displays and live music. Had a sedate wander around the various stalls, a mix
of tasteless tat, leather goods, sweets & preserves, delis, jewellery and
the ubiquitous mate cups.
Mate, a collection of coarsely ground herbs made into tea,
... I said yeah just don't log out of my Facebook. Yep you guessed it. "But I want to talk to Sarah"... **** off. I can sense it. FIGHT NIGHT. Fight night is coming up. You didn't think we could go 6 months without killing each other right? Fight night usually erupts at the end of a night out drinking usually after leaving the premises in a car park or in a park. Fight night is a much needed release of built up tension which I sense is coming soon. At the peak of ...
... ourselves and then try mate for the first time. It's a very popular drink in Argentina and you often see people with a mate cup, straw and thermos. Can't say I loved my first try, clearly it's an acquired taste but Argentinians have definitely acquired it. Went for a mini city tour to the obelisk, cathedral and then a Plaza Mayo and the pink house, Casa Rosado, again. All went out for dinner to get to know each other a bit more, as well as Lindsay ...
... for after BA have already changed and I think I'll head to Uruguay for a couple of weeks to hang out on the beach as they're supposed to be beautiful and it's not too far at all from here. Im seriously craving the beach! Haven't worked out the rest of it as there's simply not been time to sit down and open my lonely planet! But that's the beauty of it all as it really doesn't matter for now. I hope everyone is well and I'm missing you all lots! Loads of love and hugs ...
... on a stage at the front of the restaurant. Unfortunately as we were inside we didn't get the best views. Lunch was ok but nothing special.
Post lunch we wandered up the street passing more restaurants colourfully decorated and each with their own tango shows. At the corner of this street is the signature building of La Boca and the start of the street Cominito. The street is very colourful and from this side you get a ...