Hotel del Casco
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... is actually becoming easier. As foreign languages go, Spanish is one of the easier ones for native English speakers to pick up because of how many Latin words are shared between Spanish and English. For me it also helps to have a small class size. This week in level 4a it was just Marie, the Dutch girl, and me.
Oh yeah, and Thanksgiving. Even though it’s not celebrated in Argentina, Thanksgiving was a great day. We brought food to class for a ...
... a usual ticket. However, let me give you a run down of our transit. Adelaide airport, fine, flight to Sydney, great (Grand Designs was playing on the plane. The middle aged woman in me was thrilled), seeing one of my best friends Meg in Sydney after way too long without a visit, awesome. In fact the only bad thing about it up to that point was the ridiculously aggressive and ugly pigeons that hang around the airport. Then we arrived at our gate. After a reasonably ...
... city, where you are in fact advised to stick only to the tourist routes and keep an eye on your bags. However, the area was incredibly touristic, with every street artist even trying to exploit the tourists by offering to take your photo in exchange for 30 ARS!
As we were soon to learn was customary on the Buenos Aires bus, we waited for quite a lot longer than twenty minutes for the next bus to arrive, and long queues meant that once again it wasn’t until ...
Having left LA mid afternoon I had a long day/night of flights ahead of me going from LA to Miami, quick stop over and then off to Buenos Aires to start my south American adventure. I arrived in BA around 9am on Wednesday having flown overnight from the states. I jumped in my preorganised transfer to the hotel. I arrived there around lunch time, dropped my bags off and went for a walk as my room was not ready. After a few hours wandering downtown BA getting my bearings ...
... business to serve Argentinian Companies. Cognizant picked Argentina for key location to invest in due to the high quality human resources, low cost of doing business and very specialized IT resources available in the market. This branch actually started when Kimberly Clark needed ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services