Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center
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Wonderful accommodations, terrific staff, good location; what else could one want. The concierge ordered a prescription for us and had it delivered from the pharmacy!
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At 8:00 AM the sun was already beating against our window and we knew it was going to be another hot, humid day. We could see thousands of commuters pouring from the train and bus terminals that are visible from our room. Wave after wave of people and buses and taxis and honking traffic in the street.
A perfect day to spend at the Botanical …
****** sleep last night; I was awake til almost 4:00AM and not feeling rested when we got up at 8:00.
But it was a beautiful day out and we had plans to visit the San Telmo Sunday market, so we grabbed a quick breakfast and headed out.
The temperature was 76 at 10:00 with 75% humidity. We decided to take a taxi to the far side of the San …
We slept til 8 this morning - so nice to get caught up. We both feel like the 5 hour time difference will not be a factor, and we might well skip jet lag.
When we left to go down to breakfast, Paul noticed that the door would not lock after we had closed it from outside. This happened yesterday, but the handyman was able to fix it. Today we …
We were met at the airport by our driver/tour guide, Gustavo Feld, who drove us around BA (as some call it) for a couple of hours before taking us to our hotel. The hotel, the Sheraton, abuts the port from which we shall depart on the ship to go to the Antarctic. We actually saw the ship sail into the port and dock yesterday.
Gustavo drove …
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