Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... ineffective – disinclined to leave the cosy bed. The eiderdowns they
use here are horribly impractical – they are patterned bedcovers and don’t have
a washable cover, just put on top of a top sheet, partially defeating the
freedom/flexibility appeal of a duvet and means you spend all night dragging
them back on top after they have slid off.
Cracked a £1.50 bottle of Malbec/Merlot but still not up to
... Starbucks, trying the Argentinian hot chocolate option, yummy! We even met Captain Jack Sparrow and Gandalf on our travels! A quick stop at the iconic Obelisk on Avenida 9 de Julio. Time for a selfie. Oh and I met some Columbian World Cup fans! Next we found ourselves at the Congresso, the national congress building. It houses a 72 seat senate and 257 seat chamber of deputies. Nearby we see the fountains in the palaza del Congresso. If political marches start ...
... the Porteño ways, going to bed way past midnight (well not WAY past) and sleeping late into the mornings. Jonathan and I did manage to gather all of our laundry to run down to the laundromat as soon as it opened, 9:30 am. Jonathan, still better with his sign language than his Spanish, confidently carried on with the Chinese owners of this laundromat as he does with the Chinese who own most of the produce stores around here. A big "NI-HAU" goes a long way toward warming up these ...
... the nation. Most of those, who are still largely missing today, were parents. Their surviving children, only a couple of years older than me, continue to look for answers, joined by the parent of the smaller proportion of the missing children. On March 24th, the nation celebratesThe Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice (Spanish: Día de la Memoria por la Verdad y la Justicia)
The following two nights were show nights; Fuerza Bruta; physical drama production which
... of Lujan primarily lies in the ability to go into the cage with the animals. We sat in cages with tigers, toucans and all sorts of things. It's pretty obvious that the tigers are sedated which is a shame, but it was hard to turn down an opportunity to stroke them. We smashed a brace of burgers at our favourite restaurant called the Burger Joint before heading off the bus station. Mendoza is out next appointment. Vineyards and sky diving; ...