San Remo City Hotel
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... toast our arrival in the city. After mainly drinking beer in Brazil, it was a treat to have a glass of Torrentes in the neighbourhood plaza, before heading a local parrilla for a dinner of succulent steak and red wine (around 9.30, which is early by Buenos Aires standards!) Yum.
Day 17 - We picked up some pastries for breakfast, which isn't considered an important meal in Argentina. Porteņos (Buenos Aires locals) love 'medialunas' (mini croissants) and other ...
Well the day started with having breakfast with last night's partygoers, followed by Jesse going out to pick up his new car, while I finished packing. He arrived back in time to come out to airport thank goodness :) (Jesse is pretty chuffed with his new car)
Mum, Lyndsey and Gaelene joined me in Auckland before I flew out which was great! The on to the plane for the 11 hour flight to Santiago. First funny moment spent as the result of knowing no spanish - ...
After a good night's sleep, we were picked up at 9am by Alejandro, a small bundle of knowledge and energy. He was a real character - philosopher, writer of articles on gastrophopy (food, wine and philosophy), professor lecturing in tour guiding and very well travelled. He shared his vast knowledge of Buenos Aires and also his ideas about life.
Thankfully, the traffic was still light and will be through much of ...
... rowing skiffs, kayaks, jet skis…. The skills of our driver were impressive both in dodging all the various boat and dropping off and picking up passengers. The route took us past various islands with all sorts of houses, cabins and parks. All the houses had private jetties but there were very few public jetties. We got off at Tres Bocas where we had a delightful lunch and ...
... European flavor. Among sports enthusiasts, Boca is best known for being the home of world renowned football ("soccer") club Boca Juniors. The buildings are brilliantly colored, and the nightlife is colorful too.
We did a little shopping. Some bought art. Some bought Roda Chrosite (a pink semi-precious gemstone). All enjoyed the experience.
At this point, we had two options:
1. Return to the hotel and rest up for the evening activities