Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Recoleta, got to hang with our friends Fernanda and Jonatan, really enjoyed all the amenities our Palermo neighborhood offered and to escape from the humid heat we found museums to tour.
La Boca was a fascinating section of town that was full of color and entertainment with many tango dancers in the streets. Owen and Siena found great joy to get their pictures taken while performing a tango pose. Every building ...
... up to 2 stories high all competing in grandness and design from pyramids to miniature gothic cathedrals, it really is a spectacular monument to the dead. The cemetery also holds the remains of one of its most famous but not always most popular people, Eva Peron.
After what had been another massive day we returned to our hotel, threw in a quick bit of shopping for a few much needed supplies, bid farewell to the last of our former group and the prepared to meet ...
... the next day after only 2 hours of sleep, on my day trip to an outer suburb of BA, Tigre. Hundreds of years ago there were loads of tigers, that's where the cities name comes from.
Most of the bus ride to Tigre I was sleeping (or trying to). We made a quick stop somewhere for lunch and then finally arrived in Tigre for our boat trip. Sitting an hour on a katamaran and enjoying the sun (walked barefoot on the boat, not to recommend, I burned my feet) and ...
... all around the space (on all sides of the room and above you). The show started with a loud and energetic drumming performance, continued with this intense treadmill routine, a swimming/diving type of routine conducted above our heads, some acrobatics above us and much more. The energy in the room was amazing and the acts were so fun. They really lived up to the name Fuerza Bruta- brute force. The video and photos don't do it justice but it was one of my favorite experiences ...
... made some damn good tasting empanadas! Next up was the best chorizo we had tasted since Portugal. We had a massive bowl of chorizo, a bowl of little toasts, some grilled cheese and chimmi churri. These ingredients all combined to make an extremely tasty entree! The steak followed next and it was the main event! We were told of the complex cooking style, the steak was flipped every 10 seconds and basically shallow fried, then put in the oven before resting, to achieve the optimal ...