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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to google translate our entire conversation. A few drunken kisses may have occured too, proberly during awkward silences when we were incable of communicating with each other. I also vaguely remember him adding me on every single method of communication and it taking so long that Elaine came over and took his phone and typéd the following into google translate: "Marie doesnt have the time or doesnt deserve a man devoid of emotional or physical attachment!!!!" Needless to say the ...
... stay with in Buanos Aires. When we left, we drove on, also amazingly, a real multilane highway. I haven't seen one of those since the USA. For a country that doesn't have a ton of money and where there is severe poverty, you almost wouldn't know it. It really reminds me of the USA. We also have severe poverty but, just like Argentina, it's difficult to see it because the standard of living appears to be much higher. When we got on the road, ...
... end, pick at the plate of petit fours and do some damage to the carafe of lemoncello. Then you're ready to tango.
We chose an old venue that can't have been updated for a hundred years. You sit at little cafe tables in the dark sipping cheap champagne and watch the history of the tango unfold.From it's beginnings as an aggressive dance for men only to it's popularity with the smart set in Europe and then triumphant return as the dance we know to Argentina, all ...
... plata x2 La Brigadier Don Julio (the best steak I had) El Desnivel The last thing I did in BA, which was phenomenal, was Fuerza Bruta. It is still hard to explain even after seeing it, but it's kind of like Cirque Du Soleil but not, there are lots of sketches to the experiential show. Everything amazed me, it was visually stunning and also the music great. There was an element of crowd participation too, hard to really describe, but if it tours in London again then go and see ...
... pesos but to no avail so I went looking for my transfer guy or gal...there he was standing with a large board with mi nombre (name) on in full ...defo for me then....I got to my new place and they put me in the lift to the 5th floor, tight as anything and I do not like lifts, but it was ok, I was greeted by my host, Celeste whom I will be residing with for 7 weeks, I met the two boys Pedro y felix and the dog ( ...