Sofitel La Reserva Cardales
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... in order. We got back to the apartment with enough time to do a few things before our friends invited us to meet them at a wine bar. Rob and Allison stumbled across this wine bar earlier in the week while touring Palermo. It's small but has a fantastic offering. The selection is limited but top notch and they offer in-house baked goods, salads and sandwiches. Our plans for dinner were to find a secret parilla. Parillas are similar to ...
... limonada with a twist of fresh ginger. Maria went for beef and vegetable in teriyaki sauce while David opted for the big pork chop with roasted sweet potatoes, both were very good and big enough portions to skip dessert.
San Telmo has a 'Comic Book Walk', statues of the comic book characters have been placed around the streets with directions to the next/previous one. We found Mafalda, the main character in a comic strip, outside ...
... Club accompanied by great photos depicting that era, we were surprised and delighted to see that they were currently exhibiting the works of Carlos Paez Vilaro, the artist whose famous home, Casapueblo, we had visited in Punte del Este.
After our tour, we walked along the Malecon for a while then stopped at one of the numerous restaurants that lined the shore. We had a delicious and very interesting pizza before heading back to San Isidro after a really enjoyable ...
... Some competitors exploit the difference between the official and black market exchange to gain more pesos. In contrast to (some of) the competition, BCD operates strictly by the books.
But back to the discussion. The main development this week is the inauguration of a new meeting room, a so-called polyuso (multi-use) room. The room was set up largely with the support of Delta, a key supplier. Suppliers are an important part of the professional travel world and ...
... stages so it was great to see some really close up dancing. On the food front, we tried croissants filled Dolce con leche - a local caramel obsession. We had to do as the locals do of course and it was yummy! We also managed to try it with scones and churros just to make sure it was still yummy! We went to see a football match - River plate versus Velez. It was an exciting match because if River Plate won they ...