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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Principado Buenos Aires
This hotel was recommended by our travel agent. We were not disappointed, They served great steaks! And Malbec wine.
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... was able to take us directly to it. When we arrived and checked in we decided it would be in our best interest to get something to eat since all we had recently was nasty airplane food. We decided to go to La Cabrera. After a filling dinner we decided to call it a day and go to sleep. The next day we woke up at about 10:30 am ready to see the city. Since we slept in so late we just decided to go get lunch ...
... somewhere in a ‘transport office’. So we soon give up and decide to walk. On the way we see literally hundreds of people with banisters gathering on the Avenida 9 de Julio, which is a massive avenue going right through the centre.
It seems like they are getting ready for some sort of march or anti-government demonstration. We are keeping away from it, as we have been told not to join protests, they sometimes turn violent. However the next day we talked to ...
... this was not a class but more of a theatre show of the history of tango (apparently tango was borne from prostitutes trying to persuade the sailors back in the glory days – I think the style of dancing would still work today). The show was quite entertaining, especially the dude who dances with a couple of plastic balls tied to strings, sort of ballet/tap dancing meets nun-chucker’s is the best I can describe it, watch a video we will post on FB. Prior to this ...
... food was amazing! Next to us on our table there was also the cutest 15 month old baby who entertained us as much as the show - he was the most hilarious happiest baby ever! After lunch we went outside to watch the horse show, where the riders from the ranch raced the horses and managed to catch tiny rings on sticks jousting-style on sticks whilst they rode past at high speed, it was mental! Of course after the show it was time to eat again, and we were given sweet and savoury ...
... friends but it kept things interesting.
3. Forget comfort zones. Clearly, no one travels to be comfortable. However, it's the best not even think of a comfort zone. Be open and soon enough you won't even realize you just did something you're not comfortable with. I didn't even realize that I was uncomfortable doing the tango until I was staring the instructor in the face and trying to remember the steps. Too ...