Posada San Isidro
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... the experience bring it to life in a 3D unreal kinda way. Art performance mastery at its finest, 10 out of 10 for sure. It was also helpful that we had no idea what we were going to see we just trusted Mark. And the city had a power cut while we were at dinner so we had to wait an hour for the lights to come back on before they could start the show. Needless to say a must is your ever in BA! We jumped on the city tour bus to check out the city for ...
... to get bored here! I attended both the Tango and Salsa lessons. I liked them both ,but the Tango was easier for me since there is not as much "body movement" as Salsa, at least in the beginner lessons we had. I really don't have any kind of rhythm in me, ha!
This Spanish school is much larger than the one in Bariloche, with 20 separate classrooms. Speaking any language other than Spanish is severely frowned ...
... yay) only to cut it off just before the end (boo), with a little kiddie is being sick just a seat away, is by far worse.
But waiting for us at the end of this journey was our very own apartment for four whole nights! After 2 night stays in hostels for the past week and a half we were pretty excited to unpack, settle and have some space. First plan of action though....find the nearest launderette...immediately!
... the air hostess spoke English so I had to translate for the Argentinian celiac about her special Glutard meal. This lady was part of a family of 6 who had been on all the flights with me plus 1 more and we're heading to New York as well. They were looking at something like 24 hours of planes... San Salvador airport 7 hour wait. Attractions in the airport: subway and wifi if you buy subway. I bought a salad and sat in there for 4 hours after doing 4 laps ...
... taxis here!
Other city centre photos follow- note the mechanical flower which used to close up automatically at night, but then broke down…
….and the vertical flowering wall of an office building- looks like hard work to plant and weed to me!
They are mad about football here, so a stadium photo was compulsory. Or so I was told.