Pampa Plaza Hotel
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****** it down most of the night and day and was cold too.
Was happy I’d stocked up yesterday and didn’t need to head out in it. The
football was on afternoon, the quarters, so I imagine the usual bars &
Plazas the locals gather to celebrate were a bit quieter but the cries of “gol”
still resounded around the building and nearby streets.
This flat is supposedly heated by the small a/c unit but it
... Metropolitana. The main church in BA and the mother church of the Archdiocese. A beautiful structure, noticed for it's contrasting Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Baroque decorations. Structures of significance were the Christ wishing statue and the Mausoleum of General San Martin (role in Argentina's independence). Following this little adventure around the square, we explored the smaller streets to find shops, stalls and plenty of local Argentinians go about their business. We ...
... days, with us eating dinner close to 10 pm and encouraging the kids to close their eyes before midnight! We are really just fitting right in with the Porteņos, as in Buenos Aires, dinner at midnight is not at all uncommon, with restaurant tables full at that hour. And actually, Fernando, our host, did not begin cooking dinner for him and Claudia until we were getting into bed!
By day five in Buenos Aires, we were beginning to really dig and were easily ...
... me about an incredible show 'Fuerza Bruta', which would later be one of my Buenos Aires highlights.
The following day we went on a bike tour to visit the southern part of buenos aires, including the not so safe but rather beautiful and rich in culture, Boca. During this trip, I also learned about the fascinating story of Eva Peron, also known as Evita and the 30,000 Argentinian people who disappeared in the 1970's during the military dictatorship, leaving profound ...
... have gone down any better. Once we got back we met up with Rose MB and she took us to her favourite bar in Palermo called Soria; we only had a couple of drinks but we got home at 3.30 which we still can't quite get our heads round. We decided to spend our last day visiting Lujan Zoo which is an hour outside BA. Although it was an absolute nightmare getting there due to bus strikes we eventually arrived, needless to say in monsoon like rain. ...