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... an interesting morning outing.
Our next order of business was to locate someone to change US dollars at the best rate we could find on the "blue market." Fortunately for us, our brand new friends Dany and Grace know someone who knows someone who hooked us up with a very reasonable rate. As instructed, I called this Alberto guy at exactly 11:30 am, when he informed me of the day's excellent rate of 10.45 (vs the official rate of 8.0 pesos per dollar) and Jonathan and I showed ...
... It was River Plate vs Racing (football for those who have no idea what I'm talking about!) at the River Plate stadium. We were there 2 hours early, since they had to get 50 people into the stadium, but the 2 hours flew by as the stadium started filling up and the atmosphere accelerated. Of course the quality of football itself doesn't match European football by any means, but the atmosphere was better than anywhere I have been! The fans were so incredibly passionate - I was ...
... the right kind of music but with my sense of rhythm it would have been all the same to me. Then we took a taxi back up to near the hotel. A taxi ride in Buenos Aires is one of the world's greatest thrill rides or near death experiences, depending on how you look at it. To be a taxi driver you have to be an honours graduate from the Michael Schumacher school of motoring. They use the car chase scene from the film Bullitt as a training video. This particular journey however ...
... It wasn't that strange that he was late but his own brother had forgotten him. Within a few minutes the truck was back to pick him up. Saying goodbye for a second time we went back to our now quiet dorm room and got ready for our flight. Just before leaving we said our final thank you and goodbyes to Colin. We were going to miss him as he did so much everyday on top of driving us safely across South America. Colin and I would always reminisce over the scenery we had ...
... Holmes, and we all slept comfortably in the cool breeze.
Next stop, Iguazu Falls!! We drove back to BA, found a hotel, and prepared ourselves for our early flight the next morning. Except the flight was canceled, robbing us of one of our three days at the falls. It ended up working out well though, as we had a nice relaxing Sunday in Buenos Aires, chilling in a park and watching the Bears game with Bears fans from all over the US. We caught a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center