Park Plaza Unique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... and more hats. Ok, I did buy the chenille fleece in black. Not alot going on today activity wise. The sun is out now and casting beautiful highlights on the peaks of the waves. Saw a few big birds...we are thinking they are cormorants. They never flap their wings, they just catch a new wind current and move on. Really peaceful to watch.
We are currently at the very tip of Argentina. The time is 5:45, but ...
... drinking, lessons, drinking, dinner, more drinking a professional show and the of course some more drinking. What a night!
Arriving we were quickly seated and before long some beers were on the table quickly followed by a bottle of red. The drinks slipped down easy along with entrees, next up was the first and most certainly not the last amazing steak that we would enjoy in Argentina (just remember to order under what you want it), the reds kept coming and so did ...
... I quickly crossed the street, grabbed my bag and .... headed for empanadas. Yup - still the best.
I headed back to the hotel and did some laundry and hit the gym before I ventured out again. I had a late dinner at a cute place called Miranda (on Costa Rica Street). Very good food - service not what we are used to in the US.
On the weekends, things pretty much do not open until mid-day and the city doesn't get moving until the afternoon. ...
... we deplaned until we were seating in the cab taking us to our apartment, a grand total of barely 30 minutes had gone by... Unreal!!!! Which means, we would be early at the apartment, which means we would have to wait about 45 minutes to an hour for our agent to meet with us with keys and contract to sign!!!!! Oh well, I guess you can't just have it all...
OK, the apartment... small but very modern and comfortable! The wall of the living/family room is ...
... pesos, reals". We stopped by a few and checked what rate we could get (expecting 10.7 AR$ to the US$). After much negotiating, we settled at 10.75. We were then led off the streets into an office in a dodgy looking mall, where we exchanged our money. We also had to check each and every note as there are many fake notes floating around BA.
We also noticed many people walking ...