Hotel Reconquista Garden
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... as ever with
churros, other sweet bakery goods, candy floss, fruit liqueurs, choccies and
dulce de leche in every form, including stuffed into the churros!
As well as adding sugar to ground coffee and drinking a huge
range of sweet and milky coffees, included instant mixes, one even with babycham
foam, all breakfast cereals are crammed with sugar – they boast of their high
fibre and low ...
... ripped off for lunch. What appeared to be a cheap 200pesos lunch somehow increased to 356pesos including table charge 40 pesos. No change from the 400pesos to pay the bill - waiter "told" us the balance was a tip !!!! Greg ordered a pasta and only found out after the bill was received that there were separate prices for each of the pasta and the sauce. At least we didn't fall for the samba dancers looking for a tip on top of our table charge. Cheap tourists !
... by hundreds of people shouting "cambio cambio!" trying to get you to change your money with them on the black market. We went to Plaza De Mayo and saw The Pink House, where the prime minister lives. Lucas asked if the prime minister was a big fat man with a moustache who smokes cigars all day; turns out she's a beautiful 50 year old woman! In the evening we splashed out and booked tickets to a tango show. We were worried it had been oversold to us but it was amazing! The night ...
We landed in Buenos Aires domestic airport on Thursday 9th January which is in the middle of the city and took our transport straight out to a ranch that we stayed on for 2 nights. On our way to the ranch we went to a dairy factory where they showed us how various cheeses were made. Depending on the type of cheese that is being made will determine: how much cream they remove, how long they let the cheese ferment for, the amount of time the cheese sits in the salt baths which ...
We had also been told that a great way to spend the afternoon was to pay for a Spa at the PanAmerican hotel because as part of the package you also got to use the rooftop swimming pool on the 23rd floor which overlooks the city. Despite this being fairly costly (£35 /pp) we did get half a day with the pool pretty much all to ourselves. The views of the city from this high up where stunning and it ...