Obelisco Center Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... area again before we head home. It was the perfect way for Elaine and myself to spend our last night being 26; eating a small cow worth of meat! We love you Buenos Aires!!!!!!
Day 3- Happy 27th birthday to us!!!!!
We woke up early today to make the most of the breakfast buffet which was amazing again and were very surprised to see that the staff members in the hostel wrote Happy birthday to the two of us on the daily noticeboard. Such a cute touch! We were ...
... landmarks, such as the giant obelisk. I bought some bud as well on the journey. As always, I over ordered at the sushi spot and ate too much and was very tired after all the walking around. We were going to get a coffee at a place with live music, but when the music started, the lady singing was just absolutely terrible; we never even ordered. We got up and left and went back to Viadala's place for tea instead, and then went to ...
... a similar role to BA as Brighton does to London. It is about an hour from downtown BA, and sees numerous restaurants, cabins and houses on stilts situated on the many rivers and streams that make up the maze-like delta. My latest ally (Naomi) and I, rented a double kayak, and paddled off into the unknown. With the sun beating down, it was an exhausting (read sweaty) but rewarding few hours. Sunday On Sunday I visited San Telmo antiques market (in BA) which ...
... As the morning progresses, there are periodic (and annoying) announcements that particular groups are cleared for disembarkation. With a smaller passenger load, disembarkation is much simpler. We were free to leave whenever we chose between 0800 and 0900 and there were no announcements. After breakfast, we boarded a shuttle for the ride through the stacks of cargo containers awaiting loading on various ships, quickly found our luggage ...
... Italian influence in this city, especially in their food. The ice cream is one of our favorite parts! :) I'm sure you can tell based on the picture of Jerry with his cone. Our bus tour took us to a neighborhood that we would probably not venture to on foot. It's called La Boca and is known for its colorful buildings, club Soccer team (Boca Junior) and residents who aren't as friendly toward tourists. We were warned by locals early on that this ...