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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Concierge desk
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TravelPod Member ReviewsViasui Hotel Buenos Aires
The room was clean, breakfast was fine and the location was good. But cigarette smoke filled my room through the bathroom vent from some neighbours.
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... dancing were young and fantastic. We had a good meal there of empanadas followed by pasta, Fletcher had Amitriciana and I had ravioli. A good Argentinian white went down well too. After that we walked along the street, admiring some of the art work but not all. I bought a matching bag for the shoes I bought yesterday and a couple more for presents.
Tonight we had our Tango Show. We arrived at the restaurant at 7pm for an hour of tango lessons. Fletcher pleaded bad ...
... one Renaissance Art, where the staff's eyes followed us around as though we were about to stuff a Van Gogh into out pocket. The other, was a contemporary "is that actually art?" gallery. It was cool, but David rushed around it way ahead of me, "I want to get ****** now". Quote of the trip: while sipping on fizzy water; "this doesn't hydrate you as normal water though" Due to our longer than average time in Buenos Aires, we've noticed a little more. Here, they love a protest, ...
... a bit and the good news is that I sold my car, thanks to the good work of Daniel.
Then it was off to Iguazu Falls in Argentina. Looking forward to that.
The Argentina side of the falls was great. Nice walks and vistas. It was varied with a nice build up so you could get a perspective. The sound kept building and from quite a distance you could see the mists and spray. The approach was very dramatic. And then boom, you were there ...