Hotel del Casco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... in Argentina now, so he wasn't there. So it was like something was missing, or rather, someONE. Well, this weekend, he's here on vacation, as he does once a month, and everything was normal, everything was wonderful and amazing, and miraculous. My heart was full! Yesterday, we all went to the Grupo de Jovenes, and the girls went upstairs with the pastor's wife while the boys stayed downstairs with the pastor to discuss sex questions in relation to Christianity. Bueno, this was ...
... 8! Ha. I can get 3 empanadas for 21-42 pesos and be full and not get a mc heart attack. When we went back to his super tiny but super nice apartment, it was super hot, 20 degrees Celsius. I don't wanna do the math, you figure it out, but boy was it hot! So he picked up a remote and changed the temp and the air kicked in. Fancy stuff. We ate and chatted and then watched the movie. We only had to pause it two or three times for me to understand certain parts haha. Sometimes ...
... was another long day of waiting. Found WI-FI at the Santiago airport so that helped us get oriented to what has been going on in the world. Still can't understand those Spanish news stations. Flew to Santiago without a hitch then waited again for our flight to Quito.
The flight up the coast to Quito was awesome. Beautiful views of the Andees ...
Today we decided to check out the local market which was huge! It's held every Sunday and has all sorts things being sold at a cheap price, although the majority of it is fake. Afterwards we decided to go to Cafe Tortoni which was the first cafe in Buenos Aires. We both got ...
... Spanish classes on Monday morning as we decided to just behave as tourists for this week which we did... gladly! Of course we hit our favorite joints for our "linner" (term created by Alexandra the very first we came to Argentina, a combination of lunch and dinner, great word), El Grand Hollywood, Rodi Bar and La Cholita! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!!!
Today, we have a very special date for linner with our dear Spanish professor, Daniel. Paul and I are so delighted to ...