NH City & Tower
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... had no idea what he was saying. We got our order (mike espresso and me a cappuccino) and we also got 2 little bowls of gelato. So good. After that we walked across the street and walked through the recoleta cemetery. This is where Eva Peron is buried. It's full of important government officials and military personnel. It was huge. It was literally like a small city with all the tombs and the paths throughout. For those who don't know, Eva Peron was the First Lady of Argentina. She ...
... exterminators in to clean the room. She did also mention that the hostel is fully booked, which means some poor bugger is going to have to sleep in that room tonight. I feel kind of sorry for them, but I am happy that no one is going to be eating my flesh tonight. Also it seems that the bugs prefer my blood as Femi escapes the attack unharmed.
Today we go to the San Telmo Sunday market, which is great and a lot bigger than we originally thought. Items on sale are ...
... 50 Euro taxi got us to the Ezeiza Buenos Aires Airport
by noon. Air Canada got us to Toronto, after a 1 ½ hr stop in Santiago, Chile,
by 6 am the next morning. It was a 12 hour flight in total and we were glad we
had spent a little extra money and purchased “Preferred Seats”…lots of extra
leg room, right behind 1st class. A quick turnaround in Toronto and
we were home in Saskatoon by 11 am ...
... had a couple of pints at an Irish bar (yep, there are everywhere) and we were soon accosted by 3 merry locals one who quite appreciated my decision to follow the Boca Juniors and 2 others, a lass and her guy, who followed a team named River Plate, ladder leaders in the comp.
Still disappointed we didn’t find a tango class (well Tam was, I was high fiving the big guy in my mind) we decided to return to the same venue the following night and this time it was ...
... during rush hour was pure madness in El Centro, the political and business center of Buenos Aires. We were packed like sardines into the train and when we finally got off at the stop in our neighborhood, all of us exhausted, we agreed that the day had been full enough and we ended up canceling our evening plans involving Tango and our friend Grace. We stopped at our favorite fresh pasta joint, picked up homemade ñoqui and raviolis and called it a night.