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... to the meat restaurant we had visited for the Choripan on our last visit. We both ordered steak and when they arrived Lauren had massive steak envy. Chris's steak was what we were both after, thick and perfectly cooked. Lauren's although drowning in a wonderful creamy basil sauce was thin and way over cooked. One thing you need to know about eating out in Argentina is the bread, it's often not free and this particular restaurant had some ...
... reality. This store has everything you need- and the grocery section is as big as a regular Wal-mart, the meat and cheese section alone the size of an American supermarket. I was coaxed into an impromptu grudge match on a racing simulator display by a nice 8 or so year old who was gracious enough to provide me with a Honda civic while he took a top-line Ferrari. We raced at Daytona and he won but was ...
... morning we drive 230 kms drive to Puerto Iguazu. The afternoon is free for optional activities near the waterfalls. We spend the night outside town in hostel accommodation (mixed dorms) with good facilities and a pool.
Foz Do Iguacu 15 Feb 2014
In the morning we have a visit to the famous Iguazu Falls, from the Argentinean side. In the afternoon we have a short drive across the border to see the falls from the Brazilian side. We stay at a camp ...
... stall (and probably not FSA regulated), we stopped off for lunch in La Puerto Rico. Its an unspoiled 1897 cafe near Plaza de Mayo. Nice environment but average food, great bottle of Lopez Semillon though. I must research availability in the UK.
Then onwards for another blast of culture. This time it was the turn of the Museo de Bellas Artes. Lots of styles including works from all the old favourites; Rembrandt, Monet, Manet, Sisley, Velazquez ...
... the Puerto de los Frutos, a large outdoor market located on the docks where many handmade crafts are sold as well as artisanal delicacies.
On our last day we went to La Boca, probably one of BA’s most iconic neighbourhoods. We took the 152 bus to the end of the line and arrived at el Caminito, a small pedestrian street lined with multi coloured tin houses and packed with tourists and artists displaying their latest works. The multi coloured ...