Hotel Villa Julia
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... made empanadas and tomales. We also had some really great roasted chicken out in the country, but the chicken we ordered in the higher-priced city restaurants were always flattened pieces of over-grilled breast.
The hotel breakfasts (included in the room rate), were always the same as well: Heavy, dark coffee (with milk), orange juice, and sweet rolls or toasted bread. Very few hotels offered anything with a little protein.
We visited ...
... mausoleums in this cemetery including the Familia Duarte where Eva Perón's remains rest. The cemetery is set out like a small town with streets and avenues, mausoleums forming the houses on the street. Some of them do look like smallish houses while others look like the Parthenon before its ruination or decidedly religious monuments. Many have been excavated three or more ...
... Praying for good weather in Iguaçu on Sun and Mon because apparently it's been stormy there the last few weeks so the national park has been closed:/...my legs are killing me, we have done sooo much walking today but as Jack keeps reminding me 'it's all good leg work for the Andes!'... ...15 hours later we arrived in Foz du Iguaçu (LLSF 3. wrap up warm for long coach journeys)! Sun 21st sep Got the bus from the long distance station on the outskirts of Foz and then ...
Buenos Aires: How to be a Porteño
I spent just over 2 weeks in Buenos Aires (henceforth referred to as BA). During this time I became quite acquainted with the vibrant city as well as the local Porteño (the name given to the BA residents, the People of the Port) way of life. The Porteño's, I came to learn, have an identity of their own, very eager to stand out among the rest of Argentina, and South America for that matter.
The city ...
... ALOT (as it was horridly dirty) and doing a bit of yard work all before 1:00pm. Overall it was simple work, so we made the most of our simple island lives and spent every afternoon laying out in the sun, drinking beer and watching boats float by.
The river held ALL of the excitement for us during those long days as everything else was humidly wet and full of jejenes (sand flies). Boats of all shapes, sizes and colors passed ...