Park Plaza Unique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... in the states to take up the "culture" that we have. They want to eat American pizza and American hot dogs and listen to American music, try on American clothing because it is high fashion. They drove me to the airport around noon because my flight took off at 3:00 that afternoon. They dropped me off and we said our ...
... though and the girls started playing beer pong with the Ballyclaw lads while I ate the face of Tom for telling lies. While we were at the bar I I noticed Elaine had her drunk eyes on and she told me she wanted to go home. I brought her outside and managed to persuade her to get something to eat first and to see if that made her feel better. We ended up going into a restaurant at 1.30 in the morning and ordering dinner!!! It was the most random experience ever!!!!! While Elaine ...
... 3rd in the world for acoustics.
We made a full day excursion outside of the city to a gaucho ranch/farm. A beautiful country setting complete with dozens of horses. Thanks to two brand new hips, Henk was able to ride a horse.......it was a very slow horse!!!! We had a typical Argentine barbeque, served to us by the gauchos. A tango performance and folklore dancing was also enjoyed.
... with them than I do with many fellow English people. (Personally, I've always identified primarily as a Londoner, secondly as British, thirdly as European, increasingly as a 'global citizen', lastly and leastly as English.)
And that's not to say I have nothing in common with Highland farmers, nor Glaswegians with Little-Englanders. As a global citizen, the perspective from which I am writing this, I know that we all have attitudes, tastes or ...
... on show. I would have to put seeing the falls up there in my top 5 experiences of my whole trip and was so happy that I decided to continue on to see them and Buenos Aires after the World Cup.
I flew to Buenos Aires the day after seeing Iguazu falls and stayed there for the best part of a week. Although I was still feeling tired I managed to thoroughly enjoy the final time of my trip but more so through enjoying the culture and daytime explorations rather ...