Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... getting entrance. She went and spoke to the consulate and came back to tell us I should apply for a visa asap and ask for an emergency appointment to have my process sped up. We were very thankful for the information as the Aussie embassy had no idea when we asked yesterday. We set out on the decent walk to the Aussie embassy and we couldnt help but finally smile. Leesh officially has a form of I.D and a way out of Argentina and we had a chance of me getting a visa asap and ...
... walk away, or thirty with our big packs on our back. Not a great start, but super Spanish practice and a good way to get to grips with the Palermo neighbourhood. We arrived, slightly sweaty, at the new hostel, where the new owner was surprised to welcome us, since we'd arrived before our reservation had landed in her inbox. Our new room was great; light, bright, with huge ceilings and large bay windows.
Relieved to be finally settled and refreshed, we went out for a ...
... that little torch and as it was new and I had only used it a few times. One of the beauties of it was that you could stand it on end and it projected the light upwards with no hands necessary to hold it. Please Molly can you buy me another one? So now tucked up on our way to Tierra Del Fuego. Night all.
I must go down to the sea againTo the lonely sea and sky.I left my shoes and socks thereI wonder if they are dry.
... laced with beautiful, purple flowering Jacaranda trees.
The downtown area has many trees ... the Ceibo, with its beautiful red spring blooms, is the national tree; and the Kapoc tree, shaped more like a vase, which holds water. All make for a scenic city drive.
Buenos Aires as a city arrived relatively late to the scene. The Spanish came in search of gold and found it with the Incas in Peru. BA had relatively little to offer, ...
Today the sun finally came out and we managed to get some stuff done. First thing we did was get to Torrells meeting as he had the public discourse in the Portuguese cong. Of course I speak “nada” Portuguese but I knew the jist of it and he gave a fine discourse. By the time we chatted to several people in a mix of Portuguese and English it was already 2pm so we made our way to check out the ...