Obelisco Center Suites
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... part in our histories. Although I must say I found Argentinians to be very friendly and never had any experience of even the remotest bit of hostility!
I did a tour of Boca Juniors stadium which was cool. Maradona, Tevez and many more adorned this famous club and stadium.
There are several green spots in the city which were very pretty to just relax, particularly the botanical gardens in Palermo which are accompanied by a massive park.
I did ...
... chat with Sarah about Argentina. The locals are very keen on getting American dollars and we wondered why. During the nineties, overnight the government took all the money that the people had saved out of their bank accounts. They were poor overnight. They were able to claim it back over the next few years.
Now they are afraid that could happen again and that the peso will become worthless. They collect all the dollars they ...
... a WIN for Uncle Eric!
I’m hanging out at the airport now and it’s very quiet. All the shops are shut, and it looks like there are only a few flights leaving from Buenos Aires airport tonight. The good thing is that my flight is still on time though, so at least I don’t have to worry about that. I just want this night to fly by so I can just wake up and be in Bogota. Fingers ...
... there being chaos all around the terminal - it seems that the airport has a rush 'hour' between 6pm and 11pm every day. The hotel was only a 5 minute ride away and we were soon checked in and shown to our room. It was a very basic room with old sheets on the bed, but it was just for one night so we would survive.
As we went to bed it was hard to believe our nine months in Central and South America were over, it feels like we only just started and scratched the ...
... bar, checking the prices but I can’t see any hot-dog even if a lot of people are eating them. And this is another important Spanish lesson: hot dog in Argentina is called Panchos! Personally I think this is a much better name than hot-dog! I will start to call them Panchos… even when back in Europe! In your face “hot-dog”.
CAI was loosing 1-0 after the first half but in the second half they scored 2 goals.
Like a real Thriller movie, ...