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... at that previously discussed "Blue Rate") with AR$ 10,000 (that's 10,000 Argentine pesos). The U.S. dollar equivalent is about $725. We'll return the pesos we don't use and pay her for those we do. All in all, an easier way than going to a jewelry store for a similar transaction. I thought some of you would enjoy seeing 10,000 pesos. You'll note that a new 100 peso note has been introduced, featuring Eva Peron. The present ...
... predstaveni tanga, ale nemame stesti. Zbytek dne stravime prozkoumavanim centra a misto tanga narazime na nejakou folklorni slavnost.
Dnes jdeme na bezplatnou lekci spanelstiny. Je to zdarma v tom smyslu, ze oni se snazi te prihlasit na dalsi treba tydenni kurz. Ale to se nas netyka, protoze uz zitra z BA odjizdime. Lekce byla docela dobra, naucili jsme se nejake zaklady. Nejzabavnejsi slovo, ktere jsme se naucili je jak ...
... a try. It was only about 9:30 PM - very early for a restaurant in BA - and the place was packed! Good sign. From the moment we walked in we knew that this was going to be a favorite. Other than our favorite Parilla - La Gran Hollywood - don't ask - we have been to Rodi Bar more than any other place and it never fails to please us. It is a place that truly could be used as a set for a 1930,s or 40's movie. The tables are all ...
... I walked to the third one. Thankfully it was open and I managed to get to the bus terminal to purchase a ticket for the next day. Afterwards I walked around Palermo, a trendy cafe type area before heading back to the hostel. I ran into Jóse (from the hostel) on the way back and we grabbed a parrilla for dinner (the best I've had in Argentina). Afterwards I went out for a few drinks with Jóse and Pámela (also from the hostel). We found a bar playing ...
... so much so that I did succumb to the CD he passed around afterwords.
You could wander around this little bario all day rummaging through all the homemade trinkets and gazing at the multicolored houses all linked by little alleyways and secret paths.The people are rough and ready but have a great sense of humour,problems exist for sure but one senses these people are hardy types who can take most things that are thrown at them,their football team drives ...