Melia Buenos Aires Hotel
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Today we travelled from Santiago to Buenos Aires - surprisingly a very smooth flight with fab views of the Andes for the part I managed to stay awake and super efficient and easy going customs/immigration experience on arrival into BA I already like the feel of BA & look forward to coming back here later in the tour a quick tea & an early …
... we had tried to eat at last night and arrived at 1915 hours,. We were immediately seated with a choice of inside or outside seating. Despite a small bit of rain, sitting outside was great; it was about 78 degrees and humid. By 1945 hours all the tables were taken and new arrivals were advised the wait would be an hour. We had delicious filet mignon with a highly seasoned chimichurri sauce adding a special, spicy flavor to the meat. ...
... of us. While waiting for our meal we quietly and carefully took in the people around us. There was the table of elderly gentlemen whom we wished spoke English. We all agreed they probably had some amazing stories to tell. Behind us was a family celebrating a mother's birthday. At one point the waiter brought out a dessert with a candle and the entire restaurant erupted in song. All along the staff included us and made us feel part of this ...
... we didn't understand a word but it was captivating nonetheless! After a quick stop to grab food and snacks for our night bus journey we headed back to the hotel, met the group and then set off to the main bus station for our 17 hour ride to the Iguassu Falls. We had been driving for no more than 3 minutes when we heard a thud and assumed our driver had hit someone- not surprising in a place where people drive ...
... have to shop around, plus a bit of a walk from bus station.
Decided to overnight in BA and was able to change some of my
dollars and the Uruguayan pesos plus stock up on coffee.
As another lovely sunny day, decided to take the Tren de la
Costa back to the delta and see the bits I’m missed yesterday, the fruit market
and the Paseo Victoria. The former was nice but full of trinket and tatt shops
but also some working bits ...