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... their Parliament. The streets below are busy with traffic and bustling with activity. She doesn't speak any English, but I managed to decipher, while Martin and Joel were inside chatting, that she often sits out on her patio, with her radio and her mate (Argentinian tea) - I can see the appeal.
Carmen cooked us lunch, a home cooked meal, we wouldn't have expected. A wonderful meal of rice, chicken and vegetables - delicious! And she wouldn't dream of ...
... días, las iglesias bautistas de el área se juntan para alabar y tener un culto. Es muy asombroso!!! Y me encantaaaa cuando cantan las canciones a que yo conozco en inglés! Cómo 'mi dios es fuerte'. Y creo que mi español ha mejorado porque ahora puedo entender un poco más los chilenos. Si enfoco totalmente y no me distraigo. Los chilenos hablan muuuuuy rápido así es difícil para comprender jaja. Pero es más fácil esta semana que ...
... to go home. 7:45pm: Rested, revived and with our glad rags on, we head back to San Telmo for the first of two belated birthday surprises from Barry. A 12 course tasting menu at Aramburu ensues. Heavenly mouthfuls, from little chicken dumplings that look like white stones they're resting on (Barry accidentally tries to eat one of the stones), to apple-flavoured vapour accompanying actual hollowed-out apples filled with sorbet. Amazing ...
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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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