Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we tangoed around the room the instructors offered feedback to us individually, and periodically halted proceedings for interventions specific to the ladies, gentlemen, or for everyone. One of the things I enjoyed most about the class (taught almost exclusively in Spanish) was watching the demonstrations given by our instructors: a temptress and her suitor, bodies locked together, moving as one. Reflect My visit to La Bomba del Tiempo got me thinking about the ...
... no city anywhere near (or on the continent as the people from BA say) that matches their culture, architecture or standing so they have become pretty aloof. The service in cafes right through to their approach to tourists sometimes makes you want to clip them round the head and say “Look you aren’t actually Paris, get off you high horse”. Once you understand this is how they are you soon get use used to it. The tour was really good and ended up at the ...
... to make the area seem ‘happy’, but because they are built from various old parts of ships. La Boca and particularly the famous Camilio Street feel very touristy. You are almost afraid to answer people taking to you in fear of having to pay them for something. There are tango dressed people everywhere, you can take a saucy picture with them, for a fee of course.
While exploring the area, our tour guide told us about the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. Now this is ...
... onto chicken. The only greens available were small plates of salad to share, a definite after thought. They were refilled constantly. Once the eating was over then the staff put on a tango show, dancing and singing. After our other tango show it was very amateur but most of the 400 people there really got into the spirit of the think. Helped I am sure by the copious quantities of wine they had drunk. It was very touristy but an enjoyable day out of the ...
... time to ourselves, picked up prepared veggie food for lunch at yet another Chinese owned shop across the street from the apartment, grabbed the kids and together we all walked about a mile to the Abasto Mall, the largest shopping mall in BA, set in the city's old and charming central market building. The main attraction for us was a children's museum within the mall itself. After the kids had a great time playing, we wandered through the shops for hours and ended up replacing many ...