Howard Johnson Resort Pilar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... subte and got train pretty quick to make 9.40 train. Tried to update some of diary. Having spent the night before being a bit of a ***** slagging off Hernan to Eoin about him Living at home etc, I half jokingly mentioned I'd still give him a pity **** (sounds so bad to write this down but Eoin seems to bring out worst in me!). Last night I was even looking up the price of a private room at my hostel just in case but expensive so I was clearly up ...
... kinda felt like I was going on a date so treated myself to some mascara, which in fact I'd done the last two nights - possibly for eoin? But he clearly wasn't interested but we get on well but to be fair not really my type anyway - too skinny! But nice blue eyes. Anyway bought some fruit then got Metro to the obelisque and Hernan was late! Thought he wasn't going to turn up! Was a hot day. We walked along 9 July avenue for quite a while passing ...
So before we get started and delve into this enormous journey to Argentina and the round about way we took to arrive into Buenos Aires, we should give you a brief history of how this trip evolved and what our overall plan is. We started to hypothesise oh about a year and a half ago what it would be like to drop our careers and become vagabonds, tyrants to social norms. It probably occurred over a couple of beers, perhaps a game of crib in hand, on a sunny day when life seemed ...
... they were looking for the same experience. The four of us piled in a cab and headed the furthest from home base I think any of us had been. When we got to the address and stepped out of the car, the only thing around was a long building with bars, spray painted and a hard to find door. What gave it away was voices coming from what was clearly a rooftop deck. Opening the camouflaged door was like opening a treasure box. We were greeted with ...
... Club accompanied by great photos depicting that era, we were surprised and delighted to see that they were currently exhibiting the works of Carlos Paez Vilaro, the artist whose famous home, Casapueblo, we had visited in Punte del Este.
After our tour, we walked along the Malecon for a while then stopped at one of the numerous restaurants that lined the shore. We had a delicious and very interesting pizza before heading back to San Isidro after a really enjoyable ...