Regente Palace Hotel
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... to the Italian
style warehouse now converted into a cultural centre. An interesting photo
exhibition, tea and cake in the café, then at 5pm a baroque guitar concert –
good but ˝ hour was enough for me and wanted to head back before dark.
Will be glad to leave the hostel, nice as it is, as a number
of loud and obnoxious people were taking over the joint – had to hide in my
room as unable to read – roll on manana!
... like we were in London more than the capital of Argentina we went for lunch at one of the lovely plaza restaurants - more people watching and amazing food!! Saturday night was another big one, despite my insistence that I was going to bed! I'm glad though because we really did have a good time and managed to recover just on time the next day!
Sunday - possibly one of the best days of my life! I was lucky enough to go to probably one of the best games of the Argentinian ...
... like the car chase in The French Connection where Gene Hackman as the detective Popeye Doyle races along on the roads under an elevated train track to try to catch the baddie on the train. Our road ran along underneath an elevated motorway. It seemed to be the main route to the docks as it was full of gigantic lorries. So there we were hurtling along at 50-60 miles an hour weaving in and out between three lanes of cars and lorries and the concrete supports for the ...
We arrived in Buenos Aries, Argentina at 8 AM this morning. BA is located more than 180 miles WEST of the Atlantic ocean, on the south bank of the Rio de la Plata, which is actually a fresh water estuary rather than a river. Uruguay is on the north side of the river, and it's more than sixty miles wide at this point. At the entrance to the Rio Plata, the estuary is nearly 140 miles across! Take a look at a map, if you're interested.
... do is say Cirque du Soliel crossed with La Soirée and some more again. The music, the performances, the special effects, the unknown all make this what it is, and like the tango evokes emotion this did too. Thursday 31st Oct '13 Despite the grey sky and cooler temperature we headed for the colour and chaos that is La Boca. Tourists, tango dancers, artists, market stalls, and vibrant coloured buildings - La Boca. Great place to visit during the day but not sure I'd ...