Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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... just caffeine and tasted like tobacco (Mate). It is to be had in a traditional cup with a steel straw and is shared and passed around. Celeste sister was there too, Valerie. Valerie spoke of her work and I took an instant interest as she seemed very spiritual and does healings and so I asked her can I have a session. She agreed. I am excited about this ....and then off to bed I went
We woke up fairly early, prepared for a great day of walking. According to the weather forecast, it is going to rain for the next 2 days. So we bought our tickets to Colonia, Uruguay for Thursday which is supposed to be bright and sunny. I had purchased the tickets online for the day trip ticket to Colonia departing at 8:30 and the return trip on the same day at 16:30. It's cost us 1744 Argentinian pesos for both of us which seems to be a big promotion for Buquebus. E ticket ...
... a street for about 14 blocks! There was all sorts for sale - it was a shame (or maybe a good thing!) that we had to rush though the market, as I could have spent hours there and probably come away with all sorts!! The market finished in Plaza de Mayo, where we caught the metro back to Congreso and walked back to the hotel. So, has today changed my view of Buenos Aries? It was definitely a better day than yesterday, when we did it on our own. We would never ...
... on pesos, but have plenty of USD - our credit card works for all other transactions though so not stressing just yet.
I guess this is what this adventure is all about, bloody problem solving. If ever I wanted my Spanish to get better it's now!
I've drafted a letter in Spanish using a translator (what the heck did we do without the internet!?) Hoping someone in a branch can help us access cash in Mar del Plata..... This should be interesting! ...
... famous resident of the cemetery is Eva 'Evita' Peron, the very mention of her name can evoke polar opposite opinions. She was either a hero of the people or an extremely manipulating and calculated First Lady depending on who you speak too. Someone was advertising the vault next to Evita's with a for sale sign. Not something you normally come across in a cemetery but this isn't a normal cemetery. There are many different styles of artwork in the cemetery but there ...