San Remo City Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... class was full of people who looked like they might know what they were doing. As with the other dancing shows we have gone to, the tables were arranged around the stage. We had our first two courses: I had a salad and Greg had an empanada to start and we both had pumpkin ravioli for main. We are both deliberately avoiding meat because (a) the restaurants we have booked for Saturday and Sunday are meat centric and (b) because I am still unwell and trying to eat plain food. ...
From the moment I set foot in Buenos Aires, I was reminded of Barcelona. The buildings, people, and ambiance all felt strangely familiar. Often referred to as the "Paris of South America" for its soaring architecture and rich European heritage, Buenos Aires is the city of Tango, Evita Peron, extravagant cemeteries, coffee shops, and amazing late-night atmosphere. It is a patchwork of distinct, fascinating communities from the frenetic downtown and ...
... capitals, but here in Buenos Aires, such a property is the Alvear Palace. Still very expensive, but possible, and a relative "value" compared to a lot of other places. Considering this time in my life, I decided this was the moment, because I don't foresee a better possibility for this kind of place... It's been fantastic with great attention to every detail, and a fabulous finale to this trip. It was great to experience the Ash Wednesday Mass at the Basilica ...
... It was a tiny restaurant with a lovely ambience, the food was excellent quality and was very unique in its flavourings. A perfect way to celebrate :-)
It was now time to leave the luxury behind us and venture into the city. Not only this but our first time experiencing dorms on this trip! We thought as we had a music festival on Saturday it would be a good opportunity to meet people who might be going along to. We felt a bit apprehensive but actually it was ...
... had mocked me in English and my cousin in Hebrew.
Beyond the intonation differences, I find that the language I speak also affects my thought process and sense of humor. It’s almost as if I am three slightly different versions of myself. Being most comfortable in English, I find that I am wittier and quicker with my responses. In Hebrew I seem to foster a deeper, darker sense of sarcasm, and in Spanish I find that I am ...