Hotel Sol Montserrat
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... before putting us on the number 29. I thank him and tell him I love him (he smiles - win - no prison for me!) It takes a while to get home due to some crazy protest which nearly makes a few of the groups international flights quite right! We have an early group welcome meeting to meet the immense Flo as tonight is Argentina vs Uruguay in the copa America tournament, I am such a boy these days ;) we head to an Irish bar with our old crew and new Australian Lachi to eat and ...
... prior to our arrival at 9:00 p.m. was about 20C, which felt like a "normal" temperature to us. Copa airlines does not charge for baggage, you are allowed 70 pounds per bag. Also, we each had a personal TV with free movies and TV shows along with the Flight tracker/map and free national beverages during the trip. As is usually the custom, there was unanimous applause from the passengers. Very interesting. We were not pleased to find our transfer driver from Seriema ...
... and as we shuffled into the football tunnel with 60 odd others, the Spanish part began. As the others bantered with the guide in Spanish James and I looked at each other, we could deciper nationaltites were being shouted out, all south american and judging by the Bocca shirts a lot of locals, we both kept stum! Admitting to being British in a tunnel of Argentine football fanatics didn't seem like the wisest move, so being typically British we kept quiet and tried to blend ...
... also good for her as she is visiting Australia next year and wanted to practice her English. Nigel: The following day we decided to take the open top bus tour and see the sites which we hadn't seen the previous day. Before we did this, we had to venture over to the bus station to book our next bus and then head down to a street called Florida (pronounced more like the musician Flo Rida than the state) to change money. Fortunately for us, there was a "tour ...
... in the 80s when nationalism was running high the owners changed the name to Tanico. After things died down the name was changed back to the original.
Rodi Bar - This is one of our favorite places in Buenos Aires. We discovered it just after arriving in BA last year. It was across the street from our apartment. We arrived early so our agent had not yet arrived so we decided to give this ...