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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8pm seating to 5.45pm. The food was just lovely - lamb shanks and rocky road ice cream. We bought a couple of bottles of Rosemount wine (a Shiraz for my lamb and C******nay for Tom's barramundi) to drink over the next few days. The chef came out and chatted to us - he's a kiwi who lives in Brisbane when he's not on board. Then we watched Buenos Aires fade into the distance as we finally left the ...
... hotel. Overall impression was that there are lots of trees and it seems a lot greener tha what we saw of Chile, from the air.
Walked down the road 3 blocks to find somewhere to eat -nice meal. While we were waiting some chap came over to ask if we were on the cruise! After a wee chat with him, the couple at the next table spoke, saying they were on the cruise too. Chatted with them through out the meal. And so to bed just 33 hours since we slept at ...
... in Buenos Aires known for their colorful houses and Tango performances. We took the bus there which cost us about 30 cents each (WIN!). My friend who lives in Argentina had got us a bus card and put some money in it so that we could navigate through the city. Once we arrived to "La Boca" we walked around, went into shops, and were just fascinated by the colors of the city. It was like something out of a book. Everything was a different color and not to mention it was such ...
... to champions league). The tickets (at least through the hostel) were uber expensive (for here) at around $66, but having passed on the game in Rio didn't want to miss another. The stadium is in a rougher district. We had a really long pep talk on sticking together and keeping a tight grip on your ticket. You'd swear we were entering a war zone. As it turns out there were no problems, and both the streets and stadium were all but empty. We left ...
... the complicated politics of Argentina with a visit to the Plaza de Mayo and the Pink House (where the female president works - it's not pink for that reason). We also had a peek at the Cathedral where Pope Francis used to be the Bishop. Fernando pointed out some hilarious pope related claims on this tour such as the cafe where the pope allegedly bought his alfajores and the barbershop which cut the pope's hair! Argentinians are fiercely proud of their famous people! Anything ...