Regente Palace Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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- Fitness/Health center
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Our last port, but one I've been looking forward to. As you know I'm hooked on anything having to do with Eva Peron. I love the musical, know all the songs, and don't let me out on a balcony unless you want to be serenaded with "Don't Cry for Me Argentina". I've totally embarrassed Bill and Andrea many times! Imagine my excitement when I found an all Evita tour in Buenos Aires following her life and career. Bill indulged my ...
... is no value put on people's time, so people literally queue for everything. We witnessed this ourselves seeing the endless lines of people queuing for the bank cash points. There is no real internet banking, so bills are paid by queuing at the supermarket where your bill is scanned and once again you pay in cash at the check out, very strange.
... Spanish. My brain hurts. I have a much better understanding of my students' experiences with learning a new language. It is hard work, and poor Tracey is in sink or swim mode, knowing very little Spanish. She's such a trooper though, flipping madly through the translation dictionary and using her phone to help her. She's doing great. Everything is good so far... We are in loving ...
... family and then our dogs which was great and she was lovely and so friendly ...I then left as I had a very important meeting with a spa about a sauna ha and so I headed straight over there, to be pampered with Turkish and finlandish baths and Jacuzzi and hot steam rooms with a sauna and relaxation area... after my sleepless nights and tormenting thoughts surrounding our family circumstances, this was well deserved and just perfect. Thank you thank you thank ...
... streets and market areas, shops full of antiquities and tango in the streets, and a newer, high class area called Palermo, and that pretty much spans South to North of the areas a tourist would want to visit, and that took us just over two hours. So that kind of describes the geography of the area, in a sweeping, basic kind of way. The whole city, as with a lot of metropolitan cities in Argentina, are laid out in a uniform, square New York style block basis, which makes it easy ...