San Isidro Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... do next. Guilherme had to go study, as is the life of a medical student here. Alexeiv had to do something. Joe had nothing to do so I asked if he wanted to go to San Telmo with me and check out the feria and Plaza de Mayo. So we caught a bus and went to Plaza de Mayo and I showed him the Casa Rosada, or pink house. Like we have the White House, Argentina had the pink house for the president. We went along the streets and found ourselves among all the other hundreds and ...
... the Dentist: John had a back filling fall out some days ago leaving a very sharp edge which has been wrecking his tongue so Kris organised a dentist, which turned out to be a major job which took 3 hours and cost a small fortune which we hope to get back from travel insurance.
Farewell dinner at the hotel for the 11 who aren't going to Patagonia. Fond farewells and exchanging of email addresses etc. Now we will be down to just 6 of us and Kris ...
... days is getting cash. There are very few ATM’s and many dont work with your cards. I did find a HSBC ATM close to the Starbucks in Palermo Soho right around the corner from where we live. The really crummy thing is you can only take out $1,000 pesos (about $100USD per day) but the fee is $5.00 USD to do this (5%)…so be vary careful of this. Also shops give discounts for using cash and also charge a fee for credit card. I used VISA cards to pay ...
... cigarettes are still cheap here (a pack is under $3 USD), so I can’t walk down the street and take a deep tobacco-less breath. Which sucks.
The culture (and especially the food and architecture) here is a little unusual because Argentinians are much more connected to Italy, Spain and France than to the rest of Latin America. Therefore, every restaurant is all pizza, pasta, pastries, and steak. Looking for rice and ...
... ornate and massive crypts) and had lunch at a restaurant terrace on a park. We contemplated buying the space next to Evita's grave site as it has become available for just over $3 million but decided against it. That evening we went to Fuerza Bruta, a show created in BA, while others took in a tango show. Fuerza Bruta is hard to describe, even after being there. It's essentially a crazy interactive performance art show that takes place all around you. ...