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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minibar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... steak. As I was writing my blog about the Salt flats Matthew and Conor walked in the door so we caught up with them and invited them to come along to try out the steak later. We are all going to shower now and try and have a productive evening to compensate for our seriously lazy morning and day.
So the plan to take it easy for the afternoon was changed as Ev and co decided to have a work out session led by Laura who was a very firm fitness instructor for the 11 of us. It was a ...
... and shaving cream, which I thought was pretty cool. When it was all over, he washed my hair and we exchanged numbers and Facebook profiles in order to keep in touch. I felt like my dad could benefit from a chat with this guy, or at least get inspired. He isn't old yet and I know my pops still is searching for things to do. Maybe going back to school for something would be something he'd be into. Vidala prepared a nice ...
If in London you are never more than 6 feet from a rat, then in Buenos Aires, you are never more than 6 feet from an empanada or an alfajor. If either of these items are unfamiliar to you, then you'll have to use Google, as I keep eating them before I remember to take a photograph. I'm now just over a week into my Spirit Walk, and am starting to find my Latin feet. My hostel is pretty basic, but I've decided to stay here until I leave Buenos Aires, as it is one of ...
... the vessel was coming from Uruguay and not the Falkland Islands as it approached Buenos Aires.
We'd received from our nieces and their husbands a half-dozen bottles of very good Argentine wine before we started the cruise. We took each of those wines with us when we ate in the specialty restaurants. While the house wines served on board were all right and fine wines were available for purchase, we couldn't have had better than ...
... area also offered views of some amazing sculptures and monuments. The city is littered with them and they're in all sizes. Many of them serve as the round-abouts for the traffic. You're able to hop on/off the bus wherever you like as a new bus comes along about every 20 minutes so we got off at a famous cafe that's also home to a popular Tango show/school. We thought it would be a good idea to eat there but should have known better. Tourist traps are never ...