Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Palace and the City Offices. From here we took a bus to La Boca where the photographers had a field day with mutlicoloured buildings, tango dancers and much more. One group had a "choripan" – sausage in bread, washed down with beer while the rest had pizzas, empanadas and other snack foods. After lunch we visited the Recoleta area including the Saturday market and the cemetery. ...
... there seemed very old-timey. We ordered some beef empanadas, tamales (the only thing which was "just ok"), humitas (like a tamales but less dry, made with sweet instead of flavorless corn, and with cheese), and a really nice piece of carne with garlic and potatoes. Argentina is known for its beef and this was my first time trying some real authentic Argentinian carne and wow, it didn't disappoint. It was from the back straps of the cow and was so ...
... We thought it a bit strange to head out at 9 pm to drive about 250 klm for a party ( that shows you that living on an estancia by yourself is a bit lonely) and he expected to stay overnight in Corrientes. We departed after breakfast on Friday and drove to Puerto Iguazu, with a stop at the San Ignacio Jesuit Mission, reaching the Hotel Orquideas around 7:30 pm. It was a long day but all went well and it was an interesting ...
... 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 ...
... generals, political leaders and a lot of people who we assume were someone because they have streets named after them. As for Eva's site, because she married she is buried in the same structure as her husband. It's a simple space but supporters have created plaques through the years commemorating the couple. Outside of that, their space is fairly unsuspecting - except for the dozens of tourists constantly gathered around it. Nothing works up an appetite like walking ...