Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and Irene hadn't been sighted. A phone call to their room revealed they were still asleep. The envy of some of the others!!
Rick and Wendy had a few jobs to do and went off separately from the others who did a wander around the CBD visiting the Opera House, trying to visit the wetlands park which was closed due to flooding and generally checking out the shopping precinct.
... now depending on the decisions we take now? The rest of the talks were mainly geared towards the other fulbrighters, not the FLTAs.
We met Ailu at last! She's lovely! She was waiting outside the Ministry. Flor, Ailu and I went to a café nearby and talked for some hours. She told us many things about the university and life in the US.
At night we went to have dinner to Burguer King and I met Lucía Baigorri, who would also ...
... and an amazing display of boleadoras ( gaucho throwing weapons - balls on strings) After lunch the gauchos showed off their precision horsemanship - truly skillful - one of the activities involved collecting a small ring hanging on a ribbon with a stick they put through it at a top speed gallop. Some people had rides with the gauchos for photos. A really good ...
... long enough to take a couple of snaps and then headed back to Plaza de Mayo by bus. Next time I'd take the Subte, an inexpensive way of traversing the different areas of the city. SAN TELMO What an amazing place. Sam ("I like the word 'bumble'") and I spent hours and hours bumbling around the antiques markets and junk shops, buying old prints and signs and stopping only for food in some gorgeous cafés (Petanque being one of the best we ate at). RECOLETA CEMETERY This was a ...
... sitting together. After both being asked to swap seats we managed to upgrade from middle to aisle seats so felt better. We arrived in BA without Ben's bag but we were told they would drop it off at our accommodation in the morning.
Our first day in BA we started with a walking tour to find our bearings and a few facts. The highlights were: Fileteado artwork, seeing Carlos Gardel's area of town - the Elvis of Tango, Plaza de Mayo, Catedral ...