Park Plaza Unique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... as it went from one side of the building to the other. I don’t think I’ve ever had more impressive scenery while riding a stationary bike. Again, we had a magical sunset with the buildings around us bathed in beautiful light. After two nights of fine dining, it was time for a simple empanada dinner with a nice bottle of Malbec. Having a kitchen is one of the great advantages of a short term apartment over a hotel. That, and ...
... reku o nekolik set metru a ze jeho tata odmita sem jit, protoze mu to propomina jak tezke to meli prumerni Argentincani pred 20-ti lety zatimco velice mala elita lidi, kteri meli penize si staveli tenhle ‘raj pro bohate‘.
Vecer v hostelu pripravuji grilovani neboli asado, jak se tomu tady rika, rozhodneme se, ze se pridame. Pro mne je to trochu zklamani. Dostaneme size ruzne druhy masa, ale porce jsou relativne male a maso rozhodne neodpovida standardu ...
... that it has taken us this long! Isa and I went for lunch in one of the oldest sections of the city - San Telmo - a section of two and three story colonial houses, cobble stone streets, antique stores and restaurants. On Sundays there is a huge flee market that is a draw to both tourists and locals. We chose to go to San Telmo mid week so we could avoid the crowds. We went to a small restaurant in the midst of the most ...
... She is buried in the relatively unpretentious Duarte family vault, which you could easily miss hidden down a narrow alley except for the fresh flowers and crowds of people. I hadn't appreciated the controversy surrounding her burial here alongside the family who'd disowned her, but despite the lower profile of her final resting place her presence is still felt strongly across the city. But enough history, time for a bit of strictly ballroom and ...
... about halfway through when we realized that this place was not in fact joking. They were Very Serious about it. So then amusement gave way to heebie-jeebies and we fled. We closed out our evening at a milonga, which is a dance hall for tango. We got to see the everyday Buenos Aires person dancing, and they are amazing. Despite our tango lessons, we knew we were WAY out of our league. We just watched from the sidelines ...