Patios de San Telmo
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... picked up and bagged and disposed of in “doggy poo “ bins,the handlers also take care of the grooming of the dogs during the day and by 6 pm they are returned to their masters. Most of the dogs are pure bred varieties like Labradors,Alsatians,spaniels,poodles etc and it seems all the handlers know each other and they sit and talk in the parks whilst the mutts are playing in the pen enclosures. It is a sight to behold when they are all on leash with one handler like ...
... back. However, the performer who stole the show was a female singer who had a huge, powerful voice. She linked everything together and illustrated the story of the tango, it's history and what it means to the people. She sang and spoke in Spanish so we only picked up bits and pieces.
It was a perfect way to end our time in Buenos Aires. The next day we were heading to Uruguay.
... far down the Avenida de Mayo. It was also where she revealed the unfortunate news of a fatal tumor that claimed her young life and left the city mourning. We then retraced our steps and walked back down where we came and went to the congresso building and then back for a rest at the hostel. That evening we took a cab out to Palmero Soho,a trendy place with lots of bars, restaurants and shops. We had a good old fashioned curry from a great place called ...
... were killed there babies would be sold, given away or kept. This had meant there has been a massive number of adults now finding out that the people they though were there parents were not and often ending up being the people who killed their real parents in the first place. Every week there still is a number if women that walk around a statue outside the pink house to remind people of the hard times they had. After all this doom and gloom we were given a break. ...
Today our destination was the Palermo neighborhood. As we approached it, we noticed a change from the other parts of the city we had seen to this point. The streets are lined with trees. The businesses were trendier, there were more boutique shops and a greater variety of restaurants. It just had a different vibe than downtown or Recoleta. We passed through the commercial sector of the neighborhood to explore its parks. A botanical garden made for a great walk ...