Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... thought I was out of harm's way as I stood on a small deck under a cement overhang trying to catch the storm as it was over us. Anyway, I heard a "sizzle" and then felt the shock wave of simultaneous lightning and thunder. It scared the **** out of me!
Later we walked to a nearby, low key, hip gluten free restaurant where Mariana was able to enjoy Milanesa, an Argentine specialty of breaded veal cutlet, sliced very ...
... of some of the people who work here as a thank you for been so welcoming to me. However there was more to the weekend for on the Monday there was a music festival in the Orphanage,, were there were activities for the children and Christian music band. Anyway the weekend that has just past was not so busy very tranquil with one major event and that was a baptism on the Sunday. Were it was a full submerging of the person in water, not like what i am us to so it was really interesting ...
... empanadas, steak and chocolate brownie, we began our tango lesson. As men were in short supply some of us ladies had to step up and become dominating, commanding, tango maestros... or something like that. Hayley was a very lady-like, elegant partner and I did my best to lead her around the room in a slightly aggressive manner- basically we were in a fit of giggles the whole time. We learned a few basic steps and were awarded a ...
... friendly but hectic service. Hollywood is always busy between the restaurant and carryout service. On Sundays if you arrive after 1PM or before 3:30 PM be prepared to wait. The food is simply cooked without pretension. A rather big menu and a small but cheap wine list. We can easily get a bottle of wine for under $4 and the house wine by the bottle is about $3. We have been going there so long that we truly are regulars and ...
... after themselves and it borders perhaps, on population vanity. The men of the educated classes have a slightly effeminate look in general yet they make up for this with a confident “Italian machismo”,hair, rarely short and faces mostly stubbled,they are aware of their looks much like Italian men are aware of their confidence with women.They dress smartly, a mixture of Spanish and Italian chic and when they walk,they walk tall with heads up as if they own the ...