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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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Treated my self to breakfast at a lovely café called Clasica y Moderna which is very old and has a library inside afterwards I came home and made my juice of the day and relaxed until I had to go to work, I ended up going a little earlier so I could have a coffee with the staff, Christian, Natalia and Vanessa, I also bumped into Pablo the director who was leaving for the day but asked me if I wanted to go and see Uruguay and if it ...
... dog lying listlessly by my side.
An unfortunate after note:
Along with stealing your heart, Buenos Aires will also steal your wallet, your camera, your phone, that great book you're half way through reading, your diary, your notebooks, your handbag, and your dignity, leaving you shocked and smelly. Let me explain. Sam and I were on our way out to the San Telmo markets on Sunday. As we were walking to the subway someone threw this horrible smelling green sludge ...
... SO good! The sausage is cooked on the parilla and served in a bun with a homemade salsa of chili, garlic and herbs. At only 20 pesos (~$3), it was a cheap but very tasty dinner!
We also fell in love with a cute little bakery in Palermo - Boulangerie Cocu. Excellent cafe con leche and home baked goods became a repeat favourite for brekkie.
Buenos Aires is the biggest city either of us had ever visited. We arrived by plane, flying in over an endless blinking and buzzing mix of buildings as the sun set and cast an orange glow across the clouds. A strange excitement set in as we joined the roughly 20 million inhabitants in what is considered the "Paris" of South America.
Jumping into one of the many taxis flying by, we were lucky to get a very honest driver who was excited to ...
... abhor the Brits. Over an hour later, the ship is cleared and we’re able to disembark. Shuttles take us from the container port to the terminal where we meet our tour coach. In a perfect world, this transportation would be fine. However, today, torrential rains impede our progress. Luckily we have ponchos, but others, not as prepared, are absolutely soaked when they finally reach the coach. We meet our guide, Valeria, an attractive ...