Park Central Unique Hotel
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Rocking one to sleep is one thing, but trying to walk while rocking is another. There appears to be quite a few "drunkin sailors" on the ship today. Breakfast was fun, place your jacket on a table,grab the handrail, get some food, grab the hand rail, & get your drink back to the table without spilling it! Another part of this adventure!
Tomorrow we land at Ushuaia, Argentina. Ushuaia is located on ...
... we got a great rate!
Feeling like a couple of hoods with a massive roll of cash, however still looking like a couple of dopes we grabbed some lunch at the very authentic food court and for the third time this trip had some awesome Chinese. We might have to give this stuff another go when we get home.
From lunch we decided it was time for a bit of culture so hopped into a taxi for the San Telmo markets, this is a local flea market selling everything ...
... feeling a little stronger now.
I then asked for a radio taxi and was off to the museum. The driver was very nice - I repeated the address - like a nervous tourist - and he let me know that of course he knows where it is! Ok - lesson learned. At least I wasn't tracking our movement by GPS or on the map - although the thought had crossed my mind.
After a quick spin of the museum, and some roaming back towards the design building, I headed back ...
... 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 ...
... and parties organised by the hostel. First one the list was a free tango lesson.
Argentina is known for its wine, especially Malbec. As a welcome change from the beer, we decided to start the evening with a bottle of wine costing 35 pesos, equivalent to just over £2!! And it tasted surprisingly good. Before the tango class had even started, Nayan, Eliot and I had managed to drink ...