Rio Laura Delta Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 30 years of their club so were having a party, it was great to witness. Tango is really embedded within the culture of BA, one evening there was a festival of Tango and a Jesus rock band in the city and they closed off one of the roads, but people, mainly the older generation, just started dancing Tango in the streets to the music. I also wandered around the beautiful gardens of Palermo and Recoletta and visited the cemetery where Evita was buried. The cemetery was ...
... be one of the most intimidating venues in the world to play. One of latin football's Colosseums. Another highlight was the cemetary of the BA elite, where marsoleums house the corpses of Argentina's wealthiest and land plots start at a cool $100,000 USD. Julz will put photos up, do check em.
Dan and Foggo headed to Uruguay for a couple of days before their Mendoza class while Luke, Julz and I decided to make tracks for beautiful Patagonia. We spent our final ...
John smiled as the waiter presented him with his order of pasta bolognese, but looked quizzical as a large chicken dish was also put down along with another for Rhianwyn. Bonus! But do we have to pay for it? After some head scratching the reason became apparent, John's ordering method, smile and point, had been understood, but Rhianwyn's valiant attempt at the lingo franca had been taken to mean that she wanted not one but two main courses! Or ...
... out the police report and trying to get all my cards cancelled (was too late they had already put 120 pounds worth of transactions on my cards) we went to La Boca and had an awesome time. We pretty much spent the next three days drunk at the hostel and in bars before deciding to get the f*** out of the city as, in three days, I was already about 1000 pounds down.
Robbed by a granny, donŽt think IŽll ever live that one down.
... finally we saw some neighbourhoods that resembled those we are so used to seeing - houses with grass, instead of apartment buildings and concrete. The towns (I suppose they are suburbs) were pretty, with a few glimpses of the river here and there from the train. The train only had a few people on it, and the trip was pleasant.
We arrived in Tigre, a large casino (which aren't allowed within the Buenos Aires city limits - there is one in Puerto Medera, but it ...