Sofitel Buenos Aires Arroyo
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One of the most lovely streets in Bs As, curved and lined with beautiful architecture, art galleries, antiques hops, some cafes, and the Hotel of the Hotel chain Sofitel, one oft he best buildings a treasure and restored to a new splendor, once an Immigration Hotel in the late 1890s and also as a Lighthouse now a Top Notch Hotel, great Bar, and great French Restaurant, a must for any traveler who goes around in style,.
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... days since we had steak so we all had dinner together at a local steak restaurant and then the girls left for the tango, whilst the boys stayed in with some beers and a film. The girls had picked a small tango show to go to with only 30 audience members as the other option was a large almost theatrical production with 400 audience members which they didn't think would be very authentic and a bit too touristy. The show was lovely - a great 4 piece orchestra, talented dancers and good ...
... are over and I have time to kill. I've always wanted to do something like that, but never have had the ease of opportunity. Maybe it's knocking now! I've realized how lucky I am. I mean, here I am, complaining as always, school sucks. When duh, I'm such a princess. Like hello, how many people can say they're going to school in buenos aires? Poor baby. Jeez. So although I may be bored, I'm looking at it a different way. Accept it, embrace it, love it. Maybe I should start using my ...
... extra long in the national arts museum and a Recoleta shopping mall to avoid frostbite of the nose. The museum actually had an impressive collection of French paintings and Rodin sculptures. My favorite part though was the Botero exhibit because I like two-dimensional chubbies with wonk-eyes. I tried to elongate the french experience with lunch at the Croque Madame cafe. It turned out to be too much though with the dogs and pigeons dining at the next table and aloof wait staff. ...