Regente Palace Hotel
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... to having the fear of god put into me about taking personal belongings out and having to be careful with our purse etc. so I hide it even in the house...totally unnecessary !!! ja ja ...Spanish ha ha
The bar was really nice with an open roof, and I had the best nachos in the world...so defo going back there!!! Had a few cheeky cocktails as well .....because in a much better place mentally and physically from the previous weeks...made the most!!!!
... It is nothing like our cemetarys here. It's like a mini city of moseleums (huge decorative buildings holding the coffins of whole familys or stairs down to where the coffins are kept). The moseleums themselves are extremely beautiful and there was a mix of very old and modern ones. There were even a few famous people there including Eva Peron and family (the character of my favourite musical, Evita). They give you a map at the entrance with a suggested route to take in the ...
We have been in Buenos Aires for 2 days now. It has been an adjustment for sure, not knowing much spanish being the predominant difficulty. However, we will soon (relative) rectify this problem... spanish school starts tomorrow AM and we are excited! We went to a play last night with Bill and Mony (a contact we had before we came ...
... Evita Peron (but not her husband) is buried. The last stop was the Plaza Las Naciones Unidos which has a sculpture of a metal flower that is controlled by the sun and opens and closes depending on the time of day. Back to the ship to rest up before dinner. We had dinner with Arlene, Peter and Lennie then went back to the cabin to finish packing so our suitcases could be out by 11 ...
... foreign airline, you just don’t know what they are going to do.
The security checkpoint was a breeze. My two thermoses full of water went right through with no problems – one nice thing about traveling outside the United States, where liquids and gels greater than 3.4 ounces are prohibited in carry-on luggage, meaning you can’t bring any beverages on the plane unless you obtained them in the sterile area of the airport beyond the security checkpoint. ...