Rio Laura Delta Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We checked out of the hostel in the morning prior to a flight to Buenos Aires in the afternoon. We had difficulty with our ATM cards in Argentina and were beginning to run low on pesos so we signed up with a company called azimo which allows to transfer euros to pesos at a rate close to the blue rate.
The flight to Buenos Aires was on time and upon the descent we witnessed the sheer size of the city. Although it was ...
... into a black box theatre with a really high ceiling with standing room only. It started with 5 people on stage singing and playing drums and then a mobile elevated treadmill stage came through the middle of the crowd with a scene with a man. Then there were aerialists running along the side walls and essentially a clear trampoline with water that descended from the ceiling with women "dancing/moving through the water" down until you could touch the bottom ...
... of wine and Lotus, being a cheap date made me tango across the zebra crossings as we crossed the street...tango unchained everywhere even in the afternoon in the middle of plaza, the Argentinians were really staking their claim on this dance and we were claiming a piece of it too. On the walking tour we went to Recoleta Cemetery, the most elaborate I have ever seen. It's often referred to as the city if the dead, and rightly so as the mausoleums are like ...
... very nice too. We strolled around the stalls, which sold paintings, sketches, handicrafts and textiles of various kinds. After that, we walked up to the cemetery to visit the sepulchre of Eva Peron and her family, along with dozens and dozens of other tourists. It was easily the busiest graveyard I have ever been to (except the Taj Mahal, if that counts). Very ostentatious graves and collective family resting places too - a number, in this large site behind the ...
... After our exhausting walk though the city we headed home and bunked down in our room for a couple of hours to get in the final bit of R&R we would see before the family were expected to arrive that evening. After 2 hours I strolled downstairs to find something very interesting on the local news.
I looked at the news and then looked again. I looked ...