562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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when they finish the building works
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... hate it as that is the deck that everyone walks x5 round to make one mile! Soooh there is little or no privacy at all. Sorry these facts are for past cruising friends.Strange that after yesterday's experience we just want to get on with our holiday away from Buenos Aires and will not be sorry to have 2 sea days before reaching Puerto Madryn. Poor Bob has relived his experience many times and tomorrow when the shops open onboard ...
... European flavor. Among sports enthusiasts, Boca is best known for being the home of world renowned football ("soccer") club Boca Juniors. The buildings are brilliantly colored, and the nightlife is colorful too.
We did a little shopping. Some bought art. Some bought Roda Chrosite (a pink semi-precious gemstone). All enjoyed the experience.
At this point, we had two options:
1. Return to the hotel and rest up for the evening activities
Travel day again but had a sleep in start which was good. Out plane was delayed by 50 mins. Arrived at Buenos Aires, transferred to Hotel, found a restaurant for dinner( no one in it which is not a good sign but think 8:00 was too early for the locals to eat because people started to come in as we left) and off to ...
... abhor the Brits. Over an hour later, the ship is cleared and we’re able to disembark. Shuttles take us from the container port to the terminal where we meet our tour coach. In a perfect world, this transportation would be fine. However, today, torrential rains impede our progress. Luckily we have ponchos, but others, not as prepared, are absolutely soaked when they finally reach the coach. We meet our guide, Valeria, an attractive ...
... artesian market alongside the famous Ricoleta cemetery. We were here Christmas present shopping 3 years ago and it’s lost none of it charms. We made a couple of small purchases but plan to come back before we leave BA !
Up Sunday, we headed for a typical Argentine breakfast of café, poco jugo de naranja y dos media lunas down at the old port, in the Boca neighbourhood. This was a very poor old dock area where new immigrants build houses out of old ...