Hotel del Casco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... good and we got to see the tomb of Evita. I reluctantly agreed to a Tango show and lessons with Anna and some Irish friends we met......although in hindsight I have to admit it was actually quite good. We also visited Boca which was cool however I massively regret not going to a game.
All in all, BA is amazing and a must visit city for everyone. Sorry for the not so good pictures, I mainly used my mobile phone this time.
Next up Uruguay.
... see the very famous and colorful street Caminito.
Well, the houses are colorful, but that's about it. It is literally one street which is full of touristy places and loads of tourists. It was almost not worth going there.
But I guess that's something you will never find out if you don't go there.
Private City Tour
I like guided tours, especially when you can tip the guides as much (or less in
one case) as you want. I ...
... 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 ...
... bread, still we left happy as it was over all a nice meal out. Today we woke hoping for a nice day as we had a lot that we wanted to see and were very happy to look out the window to see blue skies. Our first task was to change some US$ to pesos, thankfully the rate had gone up since we last changed to $10.60 for US$1. Next with money in our pockets we headed to find the optician for Chris's new glasses. We were both a little worried that ...
... who I may see again some day, see the interesting architecture of the municipal buildings, see an old theater that was converted to a bookstore (that really resonated with me), go to a dance club (bleh), eat delicious empanadas (savory stuffed pastries) and alfajores (cookies with dulce de leche), make a new Israeli friend (within an hour of my arrival) with whom I get along extremely well and I am sure ...