Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites
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... It was like nothing I had ever seen before! The audience stood in the middle and the show went on around us, on top of us and in the middle of us! At 1 point the ceiling came down so low you had to crouch down. The ceiling was also clear and had water on it which the actors used to make incredible shapes. It is one of those shows that is difficult to explain but is a must see! I have already told Anna she needs to work on it to which of courses I found out she has ...
... given by the group to try to reunite the families.
On the western side of the plaza is Casa de Gobierno (Government House) or as it’s more popularly known, The Pink Palace. It is an unsymmetrical building because it was joined on to next doors larger and more significant Post Office in 1898. Theories for the pink colour range, but one was that they wanted water resistant paint and this was done by mixing cows blood and fat and painting it in the exterior. The President ...
... Hard Rock Cafe - another to add to my list. We went to a fine art museum. To see a metal flower which was a major disappointment. It's early spring here so early twenties on a good day or pouring with rain on a bad one!
Yesterday, our last day here for a while, we went to Uruguay for the day. We got the Colonia Express from the port, taking about 90 minutes to cross from Buenos Aires to Colonia. Another stamp in the passport. It was a quiet, slow paced town, a nice change to the hustle ...
... and olive oil when it comes out and the bread basket just kept getting refilled. And the main event, the steak...well it was amazing and I'm not just saying that. It was huge and it was only about $12. So much flavour and it melted in my mouth, the only steak comparable to this one was a steak I paid $60 for at Hippo Creek in Perth. I was in a bit of pain later that night though because Lisa couldn't finish hers and I wasn't going to let any go ...
... frequent photo stops and finished with a refreshment stop, whiskey with glacier ice and alfojors, which I would highly recommend as a way to finish every glacier tour or potentially even every hike. Walking back through wood with much lighter feeling feet once I'd got rid of the crampons and saw some big chunks of ice falling off the glacier into the water with accompanying roar. Had picnic lunch back at cabins as heavens opened so felt very sorry for ...