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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 an experience, some of which included driving the bus up a dry river bed!!!! Loco!!! When we got to uyuni we got out out good old lonely planet to hunt down a hostel, good tour operator and somewhere to get food that didn't include eating pigs genitals! The hostel was basic but it was only for one night and £6 although you could only shower between certain times in the morning?! We booked our your for he following day to the salt flats for 3 days, got some food and crashed ...
On Monday, we stopped at Danco Island to see the gentoo penguins. They nest up high where it's safer for the chicks. Then using their 'penguin highways " they travel to the water for food which they bring back and regurgitate to feed the chicks. We were instructed not to interfere with them in any way, stepping over the highways, etc. Dave climbed up the snowy slope, ...
... hot milk with a submarine shaped chocolate bar). One of the highlights of the day was managing to sneak some Typhoo tea bags we had spotted on a shelf in the hostel. Our bus is at 8:10pm tonight so hopefully the 14 hour journey will be as good as the others we've ...
... but we made it to the final where a week of drinking and little sleep caught up with us everyone completely ran out of steam (we lost 4-1...) but still a fun afternoon. We'd booked tickets to this show called fuerza bruta (brute force) in the evening which was amazing, a kind of mix of gymnastics, drums and music, crowd interaction, all sorts of stuff but really hard to describe! You basically stand in this huge room with a slight stage at one end and the whole show ...
... thy explained all sorts of things about Argentinian food, wine and culture, including things like the hand gestures people make and what they mean. We made our own empanadas and even had a competition to see who could make the most creative one. For main we had an amazing steak (best I've ever had in my life, it takes them 24 hours to prepare it) then we made genuine alfajores (biscuits with dulce de leche and chocolate) for dessert, along with mate. I had about a million red ...