Sheraton Pilar Hotel & Convention Center
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... buildings & a massive Catholic Church (predominant religion in South America)., where Pope Francis used to be a bishop. Stopped for lunch at Cafe Tortoni, an apparently iconic cafe, very quaint (est 1858) - where we had lovely platters of breads, deli meats & cheeses, of course red wine & probably the best coffee I have had so far! Finished the day ...
... and high plains, on the eastern side of the Andes.
We arrived in Mendoza with only $100 in Pesos. We were told that we could receive a much better rate of exchange on the Argentine "dollar blue", as opposed to "black" market. In the US, the rate is almost 9 Pesos for every dollar, plus a fee, which brings it down to 8 Pesos
per dollar. In Mendoza it's 12 to 1, and no fee. Not bad to receive 33% more for the dollar! Our taxi driver gave us the number ...
... two Australian guys which was particularly satisfying after having to endure the standard Ashes chat. Yawn.
Following Salta we made our way to Buenos Aires.....one of the best cities ever! BA is a mix of all the best cities in Europe - London, Barcelona etc etc so you can't really go wrong. We decided to use some of my hotel points that I had stored up when staying away with work and checked into the Intercontinental for a few days. It was nice to have ...
... weeks :). The next day we met with friends at the same Irish pub to watch the Argentinians win their match with some local atmosphere. We looked around downtown before meeting up again and going to a very nice dinner in Puerto Madero, a modern area of Buenos Aires across a river from downtown. We then headed off to a Tango show at Los Angelitos where we received free wine with the great show, a very enjoyable evening! Day 4, we headed out to La Boca, home of the Boca ...
... bought tape and neon green shoelaces so we could tie her shoe back together. We made it back to the plaza de mayo and observed the protest and remembrance of the disappeared starting in the 1970s. The protest was truly incredible. There were people holding up images of their disappeared family members which was very emotional. After seeing the immense protest, we walked to an empanadas restaurant and ordered three different types of empanadas. They were absolutely ...