Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... terminal - not happy! After walking the entire length of the airport from domestics to international, we still found no one and on asking again, were told to go inside the baggage hall (through the ‘no entry’ doors) to the kiosk. We were getting a bit irked by now and when the girl seemed disinterested in our plight, voices began to rise. She quickly got on the radio to the previous guy and arranged for the driver to come and meet us where we stood – she slunk ...
Ok, Ok I know that I have not written anything for the last 3 months but I will try to make up for it now. Since my last post on April 8th we have been to Saigon, Dubai, Windsor, Portsmouth, St. Malo, Plouguenast, Reims, Les Arcs, Baltimore, Richmond, Tampa and now in Buenos Aires. If this looks like a lot ....it is. So to catch up. We left Vietnam on April 15th and arrived later that day in England after a 5 hour layover in ...
... window giving on a really nice balcony with views on the city. Very sunny location too which is for me crucial, love it! Nice furniture, nice cable tv with lots of channels (English and Spanish), fairly decently equipped kitchen, half bath, comfortable bedroom with an en-suite modern bathroom with tub, shower, sink, toilet and... bidet!!!! We are on the 6th floor of the building, the entrance is guarded too, so very safe. Laundry room is on the ground floor while ...
... an interesting morning outing.
Our next order of business was to locate someone to change US dollars at the best rate we could find on the "blue market." Fortunately for us, our brand new friends Dany and Grace know someone who knows someone who hooked us up with a very reasonable rate. As instructed, I called this Alberto guy at exactly 11:30 am, when he informed me of the day's excellent rate of 10.45 (vs the official rate of 8.0 pesos per dollar) and Jonathan and I showed ...
... thing about Argentine cooking is the national dish, an asado (an Argentine barbecue). As the weather is good most days, there is an asado practically every week and each one is considered a social event. And before you think "ooh chicken kebabs!!" no thatīs not what an asado is about! Here is where vegetarians must look away. Served at these social event is of course mainly beef, but all cuts are given such as Bife de Lomo which ...