Posada San Isidro
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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... you can buy a SIM card in the city and have it cropped to nano size but the are costs AR$30 and the cropping service - AR$40. And cropping takes about as much time as stapling two legal sheets together. God, why did I go into translation? 9. I had a fun night on 24th - had plenty of wine and red meat at the restaurant and almost went dancing after midnight but the jet lag was relentless. 9. Woke up to find ...
... proc se Buenos Aires prezdiva Pariz jihu. Hrbitov ma take mnoho francouzkych ornamentu. Ostatni jihoamericane poznaji Argentince dnes podle jejich prizvuku, manerismu ktery je podobny italum a take se rika, ze jsou trochu arogantni.
Potom jsme jeste prosli mistni trh s remeslnymi vyrobky v blizkosti hrbitova, a protoze zacalo prset sli jsme to muzea moderniho umeni a tam jsme doslova zabili nekolik hodin nez to trochu prestalo.
... while others were narrow, single lane roads. Our hotel, El Conquistador, was on one of the narrow, but popular streets in the area. The lobby looked quite fancy and street outside looked clean and safe. We were given a map and some information on the surrounding area before being pointed to the lifts to take us to our 5th floor room. We were a bit surprised because we had paid a cheap price for a room that was going to be on the second or third floor. We weren’t ...
... again and catch up on things that have happened since the last time we saw him, about 9 months ago. Of course, we are meeting at Hollywood (there was no hesitation for me as to where to meet... meat, offals and such are ALWAYS on my menu) at 2:00 pm and I can't wait... I am just not very much looking forward on my ability to use whatever is left of my Spanish! I did buy a dictionary yesterday which helps but the grammar, boy oh boy, that is going to be a tough ...
... is another specialty here in South America. Herbs are placed in a gourd and topped with boiling water. The gourd is passed around a group and each person drinks using a bombilla (straw) used by everybody. Some people add sugar as it can be quite bitter.
I have not yet been disappointed by the food here and i´m not surprised, if the food was so bad there would be no parties, no get togethers, no culture and no life here.