562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cup made of gourd with a silver straw sticking out in one hand and a thermos bottle in the other hand. We learned that they are drinking a kind of tea made from an indigenous bush called the Yerba Mate (Mah-Tay). They fill the cup about 2/3 full with the leaves, pour hot but not boiling water over them, and suck the tea through a metal straw with a filter at the bottom called a "bombilla". The Mate has caffeine and (supposedly) medicinal qualities, and is meant to be ...
... he zoomed off, leaving me on the side of the road. I rang the bell. I rang it again. No answer. I was slightly early, but it looked like the heavens would open at any minute and I wanted in. I felt filthy, and my teeth tasted gritty from lack of brushing on the plane. I continued ringing, and suddenly I saw a young woman about my age approach. She smiled, opened the door, and welcomed me. About thirty seconds later, her partner rode up on a bicycle. ...
... with dancers. Back at lunch time, free time so walked the city blocks. Found a little Restsurant with lots of locals, they couldn't speak English but who cares. Thought I 'd ordered a glass of Red with Lunch but terned out to be a bottle, Lee doesn't drink Red so I had to do the job. Not bad at all so didn't mind. ****** down rain on the way back, wet but who gives a f.f. Bought ...
... Pulmary was a cute family winery where the wine is pretty much made in the garage. They host guests in their garden where you can also enjoy lunch and festive music.
We had inadvertently stalked three well dressed Mexicans thoughout the day, Jorge (Horhay), Humberto (Umberto) and Roberto (Roberto). Inevitably they ended up joining us for lunch and wine at Pulmary.
Despite the wine intake we were able to cycle back and return ...
... photography. This is the kind of place where you have to force yourself to put the camera down and enjoy, especially if you are a wannabe photographer.
We left the cemetery and walked around the perimeter where I did see one of the freakiest people I ever have seen. A kind of clown in the middle of the busy street, only making some kind of kazoo-like noise and doing everything from directing traffic ...