Hotel del Casco
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... for it to be put with the checked luggage I got out in the naughty corner. Mostly because neither of us spoke enough of each others language to sort the issue out. In the naughty corner I made friends with a Mexican who spoke English. After 3 different airport police approached me and failed miserably at charades the Mexican guy finally realised he could translate for me. I was allowed to check the alcohol but the duty free bag was not enough. I had to ...
... of getting it through USA and Australian customs. There was also a specific tourist street in the market with a bunch of cool stuff where I may have splashed out on a few gifts. -Florida street. The main shopping strip in buenos aires. Also full of black market money changers muttering 'Cambino Cambino money change us $$$'. I explain about this later. -Palmero district and Buenos Aires zoo Listed as a 'must see' on trip adviser so I had a look. Lots of shops, a park that ...
... up individual words and phrases in Spanish and Portugese - we are considering a week of classes....uh oh. Our tour has been (Brazil) Rio De Janeiro > Ihla Grande > Paraty > Sao Paulo > Foz do Iguazu > (Argentina)Puerto Iguazu > Buenos Aires. The plan from here is possibly whale and penguin watching, possibly Mendoza and then to fly onwards through South America at the start of October. That'll do pig. That'll do. ...
... Coria just outside Mendoza, hired ourselves some jovial green bikes and set off, me very wobbily and slowly at first, but I eventually got the hang of it. I suppose whoever coined the phrase 'it's like riding a bike' knew what they were talking about.
We took a leisurely cycle through the semi-quiet, oak-lined streets of Chacras de Coria visiting three wine farms, Lagarde, Alta Vista (although we didn't actually make the wine tasting) and ...
... by an Argentinian artist, Cartalono, in 2002 and given to the city of Buenos Aires as a gift. As in Peru and Bolivia, there are loads of dogs however, these are all owned by people. Dog walkers / sitters are hired to look after them. The payment is about 500 pesos per do per month and some may look after up to 30 dogs a day (15 am, 15 pm ) San Martine liberated Argentina from Spain in 1816 and his body lays in a mausoleum in the cathedral of Buenos Aires which is where ...