Hotel Reconquista Luxor
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... in the final twenty and I won best creative and best people!! Suddenly everyone on board knows me……. Captain’s cocktails merged into dinner where we ate the main course in the dining room then moved upstairs for a chocoholics dream dessert table which landed our crowd out on the fifth deck enjoying fresh air and another drink or two.
Already lights are twinkling on the horizon. Our big adventure is drawing to a close.
... pizza will haunt my dreams for years, it
was really good). I ended up skipping a ferry trip to Uruguay, mostly because it was expensive, and people kept telling
me that there really wasn’t a lot to see (people here jokingly call Uruguay a
subdivision of Buenos Aires; when I asked a friend here about going, he
remarked that I could just as well visit another section of Buenos Aires ...
... long, but due to the crowd induced crawling pace (and a brief pit stop at a funky chorizo roll stall where you could munch at a table basking in the sun and listen to the local jazz band), it took a good couple of hours. Although this was the longest time we'd spent in a single destination, our hours of wandering the area and soaking up the atmosphere went very quickly and our three weeks in Buenos Aires were up far too soon. Next stop ...
... apartment hotel so we have a studio apartment, breakfast is prepared and brought up to our room at the time you specify, the maid tidies the room whilst you are out if you leave q notice on the door. The view out the window is of other apartments but if you crane your neck down you can see the large fish pond that is the pool for the complex. After unpacking we find our way to the craft market which starts one side of the grave yard ( more if this later), ...
... and tucked into the salad and bread on the tables whilst performers played instruments and sang songs of the national music from each region of Argentina - they were amazing, playing things like the wooden recorder and windpipes like you wouldn't think was possible! After the salad, the waitresses came round with boards of BBQed meat - it was heavenly. First chorizo sausages, then chicken, then steak - of course we had all 3! During the meat course the main singer sang a native song for ...