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There is an ill feeling toward the British at the moment in the city and in the country as a whole,with Kristina Kirchner ,the countries President stirring up nationalistic feeling over the “Falklands war” or “Guerra Las Malvinas” as it is known here,the Brits have beefed up Naval exercises and troop numbers on the islands which has further stirred the pot and my visit to “Plaza de Mayor”,which is the square containing ...
... we managed to get some pretty good sleep. We will 100% take more of these buses as it was a great way to travel and less annoying then South American Air travel.
We now have arrived in the pretty little town of Iguazu Falls for only a full day before we fly down south, way down south to El Calafate for the raw, wild vistas of Patagonia. But, first it is waterfall time and we are both excited.
Until then, much love
... br> We continued our tour into the auditorium. Here, the guide explained to use that the opera house had the "worst acoustics, worst audience." For example, the acoustics are so perfect that every mistake could be heard. First, the sound is amplified in the orchestra pit and the 1.5 m of airspace beneath the floor. Second, the sound is distributed as it can only be in a perfect horseshoe-shaped theatre. Third, the hard materials on the top floors reflect ...
... is to symbolise the mothers who lost their sons through war. That night we headed to the amazing roof top terrace that the hostel has and sat around with beers. We got talking to a few people who asked us if we wanted to join them in going to a tango show. We thought this might be fun so we agreed. The show was in Polemo which is the busiest place for BA's incredible nightlife. We'd all thought the show would be in a club but when we arrived we were greeted with a brightly ...
... loves their deserts and there are heaps every shape and size.
apparently thesee sort of markets were started by the Italian immigrants and now they tend to be run by the Bolivians. We then went through delis, butchers (where everything is for sale), cake shops oh the cake shops. this country loves their sweets.
The cake shop oh the cake shop, it was
amazing. It was really making us all hungry looking at all of this
food, luckily this was the last ...
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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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