Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center
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We have finally arrived safe and sound in Buenos Aires! The plane departing Miami was a bit over 2 hours late, but we have finally made it! We landed a little after 10am, and have made it to our hotel to have a little nap and shower.
So when packing, I forgot about the fact that we will also be in Argentina for their summer… in fact …
... commemorating the contribution of Argentine Women to their beloved country and headed back to our little haven for a nice relaxing 'home cooked' meal.
Monday we set aside as a walk down memory lane because 20 years ago (1992-1993) my mom, dad and I lived in Buenos Aires for 2 years. So we started off by heading to Retiro, the main train station, to catch a train out to the suburbs. It was interesting to see how the Argentines all line up in front of where the doors of the ...
... game began, and the quality of the football was actually pretty poor, but amost secondary to what was going on in the stands. River Plate scored after 43 seconds to send their fans completely mental, then Boca equalised shortly before half-time. The game finished 1-1, but the most notable event was when River's manager was sent off for abusing the referee, which inexplicably set the Boca fans off and the whole stadium descended ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center
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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