Aspen Towers Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... been moved out of my room and now sharing with another lady - been on the road for 8mths from Alaska to Patagonia.
Today's travel tip: when room card removed iPad won't charge! Duh. Thought I had blown charger (same power outlets as NZ) and had to eke out rest of my trip on 45%. Funny!
pedometer: 15914 steps (pre-tango)
... earrings. After this unsettling event, we returned quickly to the hotel, got cleaned up and went to Havanna Cafe on the corner near the hotel and had tea/hot chocolate. We returned to Casa Rosada for more picture taking. I was hoping to see the changing of the guard but it doesn't seem to happen on the hour as mentioned in the guide book and in fact, there are very few policemen out front of the building. For lunch/dinner, we went back to Puerto Madero to a ...
... works of Cusquena School Religious art. We had really left the best tourist attraction till last.
Our ultimate tourist experience came to a fitting end when we dined at Papacho’s, one of the nicest burger joints I’ve ever eaten in. Overlooking the gorgeous Plaza de Armas, it is part of the international restaurant empire of one Gaston Acurio, Peru’s most famous chef who allegedly has aspirations to be President of ...
... off the main river, past the many big houses all lined along the rivers edge. It reminded us of being back home on the Thames. It was nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and retreat in a peaceful, pollution free place.
Our time in Argentina was coming to an end but what better way to end our time here than to go to La Bomba de tempo. This is a percussion group which performs on the big stage every Monday. The band has about 15 people playing a ...
... on my way. I should have gotten a freaking trophy or some ****. At least a gold star!! Well thank god, I was finally in Argentina and in a very very ****** mood. I went over to the prepaid taxi stand and tried to order a taxi. She told me there was a 2 hour wait and it would cost about $340 pesos (inflation is a very very big issue here.) Thinking bugger that, we walked outside and attempted to hail a cab. We found a cab rank get up and he told us he could do it for $300 ...