Tailor Made Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... is a long river and a nature reserve there too. We didn't go inside the nature reserve as it was closed due to the rain, it wasn't even raining anymore, they should try living in England. So we just took a walk for about an hour all around the river and the port and he was just telling me about the buildings and other stuff about Argentina. It was very good for my Spanish as he doesn't speak much English, I got a good 5 hours of ...
... moved his family in.
The tour had come to the end but before we left, Victoria gave us a quick lesson in “speaking with your hands”, a common practise that was no doubt taken from the Italian immigrants.
We left her a tip of 100 pesos and headed off in search of some lunch. We had read about Sipan, a Peruvian/Japanese fusion restaurant and found it on the corner of Florida and Paraguay (the streets!). It was about 3pm but being Argentina it was ...
... of the stadium Bombonera. There were also face moulded display of famous football players that played for La Boca Juniors, most famous of all, Diego Maradona and Gabriel Batistuta. Following the street from Bombonera stadium, you will eventually arrive in Caminito, passing through the street lined with several souvenirs shops and football accessories. Caminito, seemingly famous for its colorfully ...
... here i.e. not thin,
just medium and soggy in all but the edges. Had decided to try the local fave
flave, fugazetta, cheese and onion but instead of putting onion rings on top to
caramelise they had put them under the cheese so tasteless and soggy – knew I
should not even have attempted a pizza in this country having seen the doughy
monsters they usually produce!
Things improved with a sunny stroll along the far ...
So our flight to Paris is running late by 40 mins, with only an hour lay over in Paris we are both getting a little concerned that we are cutting it fine....
On arrival at Paris we rush off the plane and see a bloke holding a sign for Buenos Aires. Lucy, me and 6 other passengers are whisked down some stairs and crammed into the back of a minibus assuming we are being taxied to our next flight but still a little concerned
. We arrive at ...