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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... who did several segments and finished the show with a Spanish language version of "Don't cry for me Argentina". I quite enjoyed the show but actually the best part was the band, who were on a raised stage, the violins and double bass were particularly impressive. Monday 8th September: this morning I went on a mission to find the city's hop-on-hop-off bus, which is a fairly epic trip in buenos aires: even if you don't hop off at all the trip takes about three and a half ...
... theatre on their hands and doesn't know what to do with it, I highly recommend converting it to a library as it offers the perfect tiered space for all the books. Anyway, our Spanish reading skills aren't too hot so we ignored the books and went straight to the library cafe. It's one of the coolest cafes we've been to as you take your seat on the theatre stage and drink your coffee looking out through the big curtains to the balconies and where the audience would have ...
... 17th (top) floor, in a corner room overlooking the city. I took advantage of the nice room to clean up really well. Then, I walked to the mall across the street and had McDonald's. A go-to meal since I was running low on Argentine pesos, which cannot be converted back into dollars in the US. I also enjoyed the pool and spa in the hotel before enjoying a night cap beer in the courtyard.
... were a little concerned with this being our last destination before home that 12 days here would be too long. However, we were assured by some Aussies we met long ago in Bolivia (in that horrid Bolivian mine, if you read that entry) that they had 10 days in Buenos Aires and it was far too short. Perhaps we should have known at the time that as travel weary 30-somethings our idea of a good time might be a little different from 21 year olds who had just started ...
... no matter where Dad went. Soon, Dad became the tourist attraction and had more photos taken of him than that of the falls themselves.
Day 2 at Iguazu and it was off to Brazil. This would be Rach and my sixth country visited in our travels thus far. They say that ...