Hotel Plaza del Sol
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... constantly, then down the huge steps lined with argentinian flags towards the tower. We went up the tower for around 8 pesos each and there is a good view of the river and city. Underneath the monument there is a free museum which explains what all the different sections and statues of the monument mean and there is lots of interesting info on the flags of the world
.●River walk-A lovely place to walk all ...
... regular, soaking rain; sometimes tropical downpours. So we didn't venture far, instead watching some TV (the Bahrain GP being a highlight, and West Ham vs. Liverpool). Sundays here are rather like they must have been in the UK before Sunday trading laws were relaxed - nearly all the shops, bars, cafes and other businesses are closed, barricaded closed, and there is little to do - even if the weather had been conducive. ...
... before you even said Muchu Gusto.
Keeping Kosher on my trip has been difficult there for I have decided I can eat everything but pig. Now in Argentina, except matte and Asado the people crave ham. Everywhere there is ham, and in the sandwiches Maria prepared you couldn't find one without. How do you solve a problem like Maria? She put on my plate a loaf of bread, lettuce, sliced tomato, cheese and mayonnaise and sent me to make myself something to eat. So there I ...
... west side and part of the north end zone is general seating. The seats are a little more expensive. I believe you are assigned a row number, but everyone sits where ever they want (well, you stand). And even dogs are invited to the game! The east side is for club members. And then a tiny little section in the north end zone is reserved for the other teams fans. There are large empty sections that separate that area from the ...
... from what I am used to, all the way to sounding like Arabic or something similarly foreign. It's sad to say for a beautiful place, the first impression I had of Argentina was….dog ****. Dog **** everywhere. There are lots of street dogs here, which is a little shameful considering it is such a developed country. Fortunately, the street dogs all seem to be relatively clean, well fed and healthy plus the majority are just as friendly and playful as pet ...