Loi Suites Arenales Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Saturday 15th August
Rick surprised everyone at breakfast by giving them an Intitour tee-shirt. We all met at a very respectable hour of 10.30 to go on a walking/public transport tour of Buenos Aires. We broke into two groups of ten and bumped into each other a couple of times during the day. We walked the city streets to Plaza de Mayo and visited the cathedral and saw ...
Yesterday, Vidala and I woke up late (yet again) and had a little ham and cheese sandwich for breakfast before heading out to a local hole-in-the wall for some real, authentic Argentinian food. The place was in the middle of a nasty neighborhood, but it was the middle of the day on a Sunday so it felt safe enough. When we got there, it really felt authentic. It was an old place with decorations that hadn't changed for decades it seemed, and even the ...
... and the grass is very long, making it difficult to see the animals and birds. John, Hernan and Marcos went for a long drive in the afternoon and saw a Pampas fox and some birds, such as the Ochre-breasted Pipit (specific to this area) and Wedge-tailed Grass-Finch. They returned around 8:30 pm and after getting cleaned up we said our goodbyes to Marcos who was heading out by car to Corrientes to attend a friend's ...
... palate could imagine all arrived at the table so it looked like satellites of side surrounded all our plates. So much food in fact we couldn’t fit it all in. 2 hours, 2 bottles of wine and an amazing meal was all topped off with a lollipop tree when we asked for the cheque.
After lunch and a little more street art we had one more sight to see as part of our BA adventure. Recoleta Cemetery, this place is crazy! Walking in it is like a miniature city with streets ...
... makes it clear that you're not visiting just another burial ground filled with common folk. This is a place where the dead go expecting to be seen and remembered long after they're gone. And there are rows and rows of them, butted next to each other with no space wasted. Everyone please take note - Amber expects the same treatment when she passes on :) Not many go to a cemetery expecting to be wowed by architecture but this one will do just that. Some sites are ...