Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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José de San Martín was the leader of the southern part of South America's successful struggle for independence from the Spanish Empire. He established an army in Argentina and led the crossing of the Andes to Chile, helping to liberate Chile from royalist rule. San Martín is regarded as a national hero of Argentina and Peru, and, together with Simon Bolívar, one of the liberators of South America. Oddly, although he was not ...
... but we made it to the final where a week of drinking and little sleep caught up with us everyone completely ran out of steam (we lost 4-1...) but still a fun afternoon. We'd booked tickets to this show called fuerza bruta (brute force) in the evening which was amazing, a kind of mix of gymnastics, drums and music, crowd interaction, all sorts of stuff but really hard to describe! You basically stand in this huge room with a slight stage at one end and the whole show ...
... supports to hold some of the branches, then found a cafe for a cup of tea, no kettle in our room. Really starting to crave a hot cup of tea and some nice multigrain toast with Vegemite. This evening went out for dinner and a Tango show. It was a good night, lots of music, singing and dancing. The dancers had the longest legs and they could move their legs in ways you wouldn't think possible. Not even game to have a try or I would have a dislocated knee I ...
... at 11 pesos to the dollar. Normally, the official rate hovers around 7 pesos to the dollar, or even less when you exchange at airports. However, with our profusion of pesos we indulged in many pleasures that our budget would not have otherwise been able to afford.
Our final morning we embarked on a journey unlike any we had experienced in the south- the adventure of Retiro Station. This is Buenos Aires' HUGE public transportation hub ...
... black/gray mausoleum. The iron door’s decorative pattern makes it impossible to see inside. Some flowers are stuffed through the openings in the pattern. Plaques, extolling Eva Peron’s life, line one side of the door. On the other side are plaques for her father and other family members. We pretty much all know the story of Eva Peron, but what I didn’t know was the end of her story. After her death, Peron had her embalmed and ...