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Visited to celebrate dad's 60th birthday. We flew into Buenos Aires via Madrid. We stayed at Lancaster Hotel, which is located in the financial district. We walked around the city a lot. I especially liked the Caminito area. We mostly took our dinners at the Puerto Madero area, which is beautiful.
... if you want the paper to safely get in the trash. Throwing toilet paper in a toilet is a luxury. I'll never forget this. Anyway, after walking all day, Vidala and I stopped at a famous cafe from the old times called La Biela. Many famous Argentinian writers and philosophers came to this specific cafe to do their work and the majority of the customers were either foreigners or old people. It was really retro and cool. We had a merienda there ...
... howling too. I take a towel and wipe everything down as best I can, but it’s hard to see since I”m still laughing and the tears fill my eyes. Finally, I get everything dried off and decide to try it again. However, I learned a very important safety tip: Assume the position before you push any lever on a bidet. If you want to know the details of the bidet experience, I’ll be happy to share it with you…privately. :)
... of Eva Peron and we were done, a fantastic afternoon finished and feeling like we knew this amazing city just a little bit more.
No rest for the wicked as they say, plenty of water, quick shower a hasty goodbye to our resident Englishman, Ian and we were off again.
We were now heading to the local event know as la Bomba, basically this is a huge drum party staged in one of the residential suburbs, standing in line to get in the bass and noise was incredible and ...
... cheap cuts and only accept the skewers fresh out of the kitchen and whatever you do avoid the pineapple, yucky stuff!
We got up early the next day to squeeze a trip to the falls in before our flight at 1400, only to have possibly the most nerve racking experience of our entire trip. We had chosen a bus that would get us there for 0900 when it opened and had read that at the weekends the walkways could get crowded but were not prepared for ...