Hotel Plaza del Sol
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... performance in the night I concluded that my safest option was the shower. A troop of spiders provided my guard of honour as the tepid water drizzled from the shower head and I hastened to remove the biohazard. They say time is the best healer and after my 5 minute shower, Tam and I were on good terms. First item on the agenda, exchanging dollars on the 'Blue Dollar' black market. After being able to complete this task at the reception of our BA accommodation we assumed ...
... dabei. Den Rest des Tages wurde mit weiteren Spielen, Mate und natürlich Essen verbracht. Zur Abkühlung schnippelten wir Frauen X Pfirsiche für selbstgemachten Daiquiri mit wenig Alkohol. Dies kosteten auch die Frauen und es war extrem lecker. Zum Abendessen gab es feines kaltes Grillfleisch und Brot. Danach wurde abgerechnet was das ganze Essen und Trinken gekostet hat. Wir staunten nicht schlecht als es hieß CHF 2.50 pro Person. Balsam für ...
... 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 ...
... this was the better option.
I met Jessica, an easy going Australian with an infectious laugh, through other friends I have made here. Like me, Jessica took a year off from her job back home to live in Buenos Aires and travel the continent. She has lived in BA for eight months now and is set to head off on the vagabonding part of her journey. As she told me her plans, she casually invited me to tag along. I let my mind entertain the thought of ...
... Well, for me at least, but not for these people. They are still living that life and that was interesting to me, so I decided I would go.
The show was fun; there was no language barrier, in a way we all naturally speak circus. I took a lot of video and photos but the photos don't do the show justice. It is the energy of the stage and the crowd that really makes it. So for that reason, you will just have to imagine what the show was ...