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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the only reason a man doesn't cheat is because his girlfriend is a great catch and therefore a man doesn't want to jeopardise that, hmm!!!! His conversations were always pretty funny and I plus others usually laughed at him rather than with him, he was certainly entertaining. I ended up doing lots in BA as there was always something going on, I had decided to stay for over a week, just to have a bit of a rest and downtime, but only really managed one downtime day. ...
... I did a tour of an older building that had been restored and when doing the restorations they found several earlier buildings below as well as a tunnel network that used to be used for diverting rivers, the tunnels were quite large and picturesque as they were constructed of brick and ran underground for several blocks (the part that was restored). Also explored around plaza de mayo and other fun areas of town, leaving some of the other areas for my return ...
Today I went to sign up for another week of Spanish lessons. The school is located in Recoleta, one of the premier inner city locales in BA. The main cemetery is also in Recoleta. After signing up, I went and had lunch - a huge veal schnitzel big enough for two and then walked around Recoleta for a while until it was time to rendezvous with my class mates for an evening of Tango ...
... tourist visa to visit the USA, forces American citizens to pay $160 by credit card online before they may enter the country.
This entry fee used to be collected at the airport upon arrival into Argentina, but to speed up the entry procedures, last year the system changed so that the fee is paid online prior to travel. The last two times I visited Argentina I did not have to pay an entry fee. My August 2009 trip to Buenos Aires occurred before the retaliation fee ...
... at the hostel, my path took me to the furthest corner and the hammock there. Without music or any other distractions, my mind was clear. The skies were blue and cloudless, with a bright sun present. A smile was evident on my face as I closed my eyes, as I began to fall asleep. The only other things that could make me more relaxed were soaking in a bath and a massage. As both were unavailable at this moment, I had to make do. This was pretty good though.
In the evening, ...