San Remo City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and cost a fortune. It took decades to complete and is often seen as a sign of corruption due to the length of time it took to complete it. Their political system is based on the American one. The rest of our tour took in buildings but focused more on the culture and political nature of BA. The tour was disrupted a lot as there was a massive pro-government rally in a number of the main square so we were ...
... quiet street 2 blocks off the major thoroughfare, Av 9 de Julio, in Central Buenos Aires. Our room was more modern and spacious than I had expected. We had a corner room on the 11th floor with a small balcony and a bidet. We used one more than the other. We had trouble unlocking our door at first and set off an alarm. It is good to know that we should be safe from break-ins seeing as it was hard to get in even if you have the key :) Exhausted after our overnight travels, ...
... to go to the beach city of Mar del Plata. While we stayed Buenos Aires for a couple more days. We had a rest day as we had been going non stop since we had arrived in Argentina and the day after the two of us got to do the open top bus tour.
The next day we boarded a plane and headed as far south in this world as we probably will ever go.
Joe and Mez
... house because it was painted with a paint mix including cows' blood and lime because it's long-lasting. The guide also showed us a huge building built by two Italian brothers to house the tomb of Dante, but the body never arrived. Apparently, portenos (the people of the port i.e. people from BA) believe that they have the best, biggest, highest of everything so they lie that they have the widest avenue in the world (it's actually in Brasilia) and they also use a lot of hand ...
... of us went for a set 3 course meal, tango lesson (HA!) and tango show. Itīīs totally different to the Brazilian Samba that we were used to but still just as good. Strictly Come Dancing has nothing on these guys! The performance is like a theatre production with a story to it and an old man narrating/singing the whole way through, practically a Bruce Forsyth, slightly surreal but thatīs their culture and itīs great.