Sheraton Libertador Hotel
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... being a (long) ferry ride away. It is however possible to catch a ferry for a day trip to a local town on the Uruguay side.
BA residents tend to feel quite superior about their city. They are regarded as stylish people with a high interest in music and the arts, and this is borne out by the number of theatres etc. It is very much an urban living city, and many people do not bother with a car - taxis are cheap, and parking impossible.
... Breakfast was bread, dulce de leche (thick, creamy, melty, gooey caramel), and coffee. Turns out Argentinians are very similar to Spaniards - both speak crazy castellano spanish, have a five hour siesta in the middle of the day, eat dinky breakfasts, lunch at 2, snack at 6, and dinner at 10. That schedule definitely takes some getting used to. After eating, Agustina and her good friend Belen took us on a tour of the area. We ...
... thing about Argentine cooking is the national dish, an asado (an Argentine barbecue). As the weather is good most days, there is an asado practically every week and each one is considered a social event. And before you think "ooh chicken kebabs!!" no thatīs not what an asado is about! Here is where vegetarians must look away. Served at these social event is of course mainly beef, but all cuts are given such as Bife de Lomo which ...
... midnight. Not that it mattered. The concert hall was magnificent; beautifully lit and lavishly gilded. The music was sublime, the set opulent and the corps de ballet breathtaking. A pillar hid some of the view but it didn't matter. In the bar I got talking to two American Airlines stewardesses whose seats were worse. By the time we'd applauded several times the Metro had long since shut down for the night so I had to grab a cab back. Could I ...