Hotel Villa Victoria De Tigre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... them to rightwing families. As a consequence, a peaceful movement was started by the blood grandmothers of those children (Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo) – the women would wear white scarfs around their heads and walk around the Plaza de Mayo in silent protest to the war. The movement is still going, and quite recently the main leader, Estela Barnes de Carlotto, found her lost grandson.
From Plaza de Mayo we went into the Boca neighbourhood where we saw ...
... dark and doggy Cinema right next door to the hostel. It was a Porn-Cinema! I started laughing on my own… I got to the whole story now and the weird songs I could ear between “performances” were TV-commercials.
Dinner time in Palermo (the most fancy area of BA) and for the first full-day spent in Argentina, together with Yovani, a French traveller who works in London, we wanted to celebrate going for one of ...
... their own cabs. Sometimes unscrupulous cab drivers will give you counterfeit change. Or they will scam you by taking your bill, looking at it and telling you it's counterfeit then deftly switching it with an actual counterfeit bill and handing the fake note back to you while keeping you real note. This is much less likely with a radio cab. Dagmar, a nice Czech woman who works at the front desk of our hotel had told us ...
... 30quid on cabs for no reason! On the plus side, we were given lunch vouchers so at least we didn't have to pay for lunch today! We finally landed in BA at 4:30pm and before the plane had come to a standstill, people were out of their seats getting their bags down. Now this is quite a common occurrence in Argentina as we have seen it a lot but this time they wouldn't listen to the cabin crew who kept shouting for people to sit ...
... incredible. The train was hot and stuffy, and it isn't even their summer yet, I shudder to imagine how it would be in a few months.
After a siesta, Joel and I headed back to the outdoor venue and caught a couple free shows at the Jazz Festival, the terrace again full of people enjoying the night. We stopped and had pizza for supper, and headed back to the hotel. We have had beautiful weather thus far, but it's calling for rain for tomorrow - we shall see!