Posada San Isidro
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
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One of the other girls in my tour group and I decided to do a free walking tour of buenos Aires. It began just outside of Tetro Colon, not too far from our hotel. As we walked there, we walked along one of the widest avenues in the world, Avenue 9 de Julio. The theatre supposedly is one of the five best acoustical theatres in the world. We were shown many different architectural beautiful buildings and wandered around for almost four hours ...
... last night, now that was a treat. First dinner at the famous las lilas, that bastion of beef, where you starve all day in order to finish the honking big steak you get. I ordered a half portion and it was slightly less than a pound. But it was the best. But you have to be careful; the waiters try to entice you with breads straight from the oven and a platter of grilled salmon, prosciutto, caprese and eggplant. Don't do it. If you're going to eat something other than meat wait ...
... an excavated fort that was built in 1765 and shows the relics and political history of Argentina. It has had a very checkered political past, the good times in 1920's, the depression, the military rule, neoliberalism and now hopefully some stability. We returned to the hotel and showered to cool down, packed our bags and then headed out for one last shop. We had a salad at the hotel again as they are very enjoyable. An early pickup tomorrow to go to the airport.
... to the driver who ushered me across rather than beeping, and even the taxi driver who only tried to rip me off by two quid, Argentinians thus far have been nothing but friendly and courteous to the degree that I have been quite taken aback. Similarly the normally ubiquitous smell of urine around South American cities is virtually non-existant, virtually.
However I was somewhat perturbed by the death of the president of the Argentine FA as this meant there was ...
... at sea'.
Friday 14 March Buenos AiresFirst thing I noticed this morning was the smell of a big city!We have had 19 days of pristine environment so really noticed it even before Fram docked. Left Fram around 9 am. A little sad to leave new friends and the place we called home for 18 nights. Funny didn't fell sea sick ever but now back on land still feel a bit dizzy and feel as if the room is rocking ....guess we will get our land legs soon.