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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Took a stroll around bits of the Congreso & Tribunales
areas today, lunching on empanadas – with my budget it is all I can afford to be
a connoisseur on, that and red wine!
The BA empanadas are not the huge beasties that comprised a
whole meal in San Pedro (Chile) but 3 were enough for lunch, though of course,
piggy that I am, had 4, 2 in one recommended place, ...
... We saw a Tango Show at the Centro Cultural Borges and it was amazing. We didn't think we'd enjoy it as much as we did but it is a must do when in BA.
Parilla - After being deprived of affordable, good quality streak in Singapore for the past 2 years, we are LOVING Parilla - an Argentinian BBQ feast. Our first Parilla experience was at Don Julio in ...
... you to let them have your stuff. He quickly directed us out of there though so no harm done. Just a shame we never found the coloured houses. We also went up to Plaza Dorrego to watch street tango which was really good fun. We haven't really used buses here as they only take coins. Coins are in scarce supply as they have higher value as scrap metal due to inflation rising so quickly here. But we have got the hang of the subway which has been really ...
... your wash!" though .
The train journey to Tigre was not to be recommended; it was crowded, hot and uncomfortable. It took 1hr 15 mins to do 25k and you definitely get what you pay for; the return fare was 80p. The Argentine railway system has a particularly poor safety record and there have been two major crashes in the last 12 months. On the way back an old man got on, sat down opposite and said to me "Nos matan a todos" - they will kill us ...
... thawing for six hours to room temperature first then sear on a smoking hot cast iron skillet with oil and salt. That was it! It was followed up with mate and alfajores (biscuits filled with dulce de leche covered in chocolate). Mate tasted just like a tiny bit more bitter green tea. Still very good and nice ending to the meal. To fill some of the time gaps between courses the hosts provided some cultural information. ...