Sheraton Pilar Hotel & Convention Center
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AMERY'S TRAVELS FROM BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
21st September, 2014
100 pesos is today equal to around NZ$15, or £7.50, and buys an average plateful of main course, a a main course ranges between 50 to 250 pesos. That's today- tomorrow could be anything, as inflation is running at around 30% this year, up from 25% last year.
... By day 4 in Milhouse I was more than ready to give my liver a rest and get some sleep. In addition to the drinking and sleep deprivation, I was shamefully becoming a regular frequenter of Ugi's, the cheapest dingiest pizza hovel you will ever come across, where your options are pizza with cheese, pizza with tomato base and cheese or, if you're feeling particularly adventurous, pizza with onion, all too conveniently located one block away from the ...
... fever outbreak in the late 1800s, leaving mansions that became tenement blocks. This really added to the appeal of San Telmo for us - once-elegant crumbling buildings lining the cobbled streets, the bottom halves now shops or derelict, covered in amazing graffiti. The next day we went to the ecological park. It's a nice green area in BA but that's about it. We were hoping to spot some of the wildlife promised by the signs. Unfortunately, unless an ...
... huge antiques market. We walked through the very busy market and up to Plaza de Mayo. In this plaza is Casa Rosada (the presidential offices and also the balcony from which Eva Peron once stood, and hence Madonna for the film Evita). From there we walked to Florida Street which we were told about by fellow travellers in Patagonia as a good place to exchange US dollars on the blue ...
... Ben. His group went last and the professor went off on a tangent. I utilized this time to show Ben a note that said 'doodle' - he thought it would be funny to doodle on the whiteboard during there speech to see if anyone was paying attention. He said he almost lost it up front, but I thought he still looked awfully composed.
After a brig break for everyone to relax and change for the evening, we headed out ...