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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... English. As we were leaving to go to the nightclub Sofi's parents arrived back to the house and they asked us whether we enjoyed the Assado. I thought I knew the word for delicious so straightaway was like "oh yeah it was Succlento". They all just ****** themselves laughing. As it turns out "succulento" translates directly to succulent which I accept is a demented way to describe a meal. They must of thought I was an absolute weirdo. We went to a brilliant club called Rosebar that ...
... Buenos Aires as the Paris of the South. It houses the largest cemetery in Argentina which is full of the most extravagant graves we had ever seen, some are like small chapels. It is also home to the grave of Evita which was one of the only ones with fresh flowers on showing the high regard that the entire nation still holds her in. Next up was a visit to the museum Bi Centenario which is arranged in a time line of the last 200 years of Argentina, to say ...
... as we may have to get to our lifeboat in the dark! Think the recent fire on Boudicca has prompted this more in depth drill. We enjoyed the local flamenco dancers for tonight's entertainment. At the mo we are being piloted into the River Plate and it is now 00.05 .sooh "time for bed said Zebedee" . Just discovered that I couldn't find my torch. I am soooh upset coz I remember now I have left it under my pillow in the hotel. ...
... mausoleums and some less grandiose, but which contained, perhaps, more important people. One such grave was for Eva Duarte who is buried in her family grave – she is much better known to the world as ‘Evita’.
Back outside the graveyard, Franco gave us another song on his guitar to bid us farewell. We tipped him 100 pesos, which was between $8 and $12 depending on the exchange rate, but equivalent to about 6 litres of beer in Argentina so not ...
... been far more upset about the loss of my material possessions, which shows that I've grown throughout my travels. In spite of this ******** move, my memories of Buenos Aires remain untarnished. I loved this city, and it wouldn't take much convincing to move here. I would just have to learn to be a little more vigilant with my things.
Extra note, since many of my photos weren't uploaded from my camera when it was stolen, I've blatantly replaced them with photos from the ...