Howard Johnson Resort Pilar
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... go in for two hours. It was pretty nice that both of our plans didn't really work because it gave us a chance to hang out for a full day before my flight to the USA. I got a hamburger while Vidala went to work because, while it isn't an Argentinian specialty, I've eaten a (******) hamburger and pizza in every country I've been in so far and I felt I had to try one in Argentina. Unsurprisingly, it was better than any ...
... famous in Buenos Aires. It's one of these older places that has been around forever and has pictures of the owner with the famous people who have eaten here all over the walls. The place is called Lo de Charly and didn't impress at all. The service was slow (a surprise in Argentina, though I expect it everywhere else in South America) and the meat was unsalted and mostly overcooked. It was also overpriced. It was cool to eat some meats I ...
... with the huge flared skirt like trunk. There were several large T shaped posts with curved cross bars to support the massive branches. There was a large black steel figurine of a man bending over slightly, which supported one of the main branches. He was made from bolts &had tight curly black hair made from chain. We walked past a loverly shop that sold nice leather handbag. I bought a bright orange handbag shaped like a duffle bag with loverly lemon leather ...
... twice over!! On the way back home stopped for drinks in the this wonderful trendy area of Palermo. Roadside bars have an amazing entertainment. It is called driving. At each crossroads there are at least two bars or restaurants with tables on the streets. There are no road markings at all and as Saturday night wore on and the bars and restaurants got busier, the driving and parking became more and more ...
... still meant I could only understand the odd 'Por Que' or 'Donde', the language was not what moved me to near tears but how musical talent is such a raw thing that binds us together, to our ancestors and to nature in a way that it is able to elevate our bodies and spirits when we hear it. It's safe to say I got more than my fair share of pins and needles and tears watching the performances, but equally love that music is such an integral part of ...