- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... we were quite a big group but it was cool. Lots of nice people from all over. German, American, Kiwi, Chile. :-) we had some drinks in the hotel before we head off on the tube. The tube is called Subte here it's very good. Really fast and so easy to use. So it took a while to get there all faffing around but we arrived at perfect timing. Just as the band started and we were right at the front. Although it was crowded it wasn't too squashy. The drums began and it was amazing ...
... came round and took our drinks order (which was included in our package). David went onto beer while Maria stuck with wine although the wine was not nearly as good as the one we'd had for dinner. There was also an option to have 'champagne', which most people went for, but we decided not to because no doubt it would be worse than the cheap wine they were dishing out. Drink refills slowed down to near nonexistent once the show got underway, even during the ...
... Julian was refused entry for rolling his ******n jeans up. For those of you who know him, this is Julz's "thing". Even in subzero temps you'll find Julian peeling pants like Winona Ryder. I blame the Pie and 2012's age of the chino.
The next few days in BA I spent checking out the north (wealthy and beautiful) and south (poor and colourful) parts of the city, doing bike tours in Recoleta and Palermo and a tour of La Boca including the Boca Juniors stadium, ...
... meeting. Jonathan meets with his direct reports and they go over outstanding issues, plans as well as other key details. The "traffic lights" are indicators on the weekly agenda which help the team get a sense of the work that has to be done, both in the immediate and long term. A lot of the discussion was centred around Argentina's economic plight. The country is hurt by rampant inflation (over 40 percent) and government-mandated salary increases (sometimes 30 percent ...
... very much like poor backpackers!
The other thing to note about Buenos Aires is that they have the best sweet foods i have ever had. There are amazing patisseries and cake shops on every corner with delicious ´facturas´ and ´medialunas´ , an amazing spread that is pretty much caramelized condensed milk called ´dulce de leche´ that is provided for breakfast in all the hostels, and these amazing things called alfajors which are bisquits filled with dulce de ...