Loi Suites Arenales Hotel
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... kept busy city walking, café hopping, market shopping, enjoyed date night, chatted up at girls night, subbed to all the different neighborhoods this city offers, went to the zoo, park hopped, Summer got her Mantra on, found the coolest children's museum we have been to yet, boated around the islands of Tigre, enjoyed the scene at La Boca, stayed up late to watch Tango shows, Carnival, walked through the all impressive ...
... 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 ...
... we squeezed in one or two too many people in one taxi) we noticed that we actually forgot one of our new made friends at the night club. It was so ridiculous that we just started laughing and we wouldn't stop until we went to bed.
Even though it isn't funny at all and I would be very upset and angry, we still were laughing the next day.
By the way our friend made it safe to the hostel.
As much as I enjoyed that ...
... do that to relax and pass the time. It was the best decision ever. The movie was some romantic comedy with Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas and it was playing in ENGLISH. It was the most relaxing two hours I've had in a long time. After the movie we got a quick drink before heading to Fuerza Bruta. We walked into Fuerza Bruta and the lobby was packed! We waited around and in a few minutes they opened the door to the auditorium area. The show was all standing and the acts ...
... and certainly a night we won't forget...despite the amount of wine consumed! Amazingly enough, this wasn't the only standout culinary experience we had in Buenos Aires. Our Walking Tour guide, Guillermo, had told us he worked at the restaurant 'Argentine Experience' and in his honest opinion, they served one of the best steaks in BA, as well as offering unlimited wine and an empanada cooking lesson. This sounded pretty good to us, so that night we booked it in. The 'Argentine ...