San Remo Resort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... avenue with embassies and beautiful homes and apartments. The presidential pink building with the famous Eva Peron balcony. The cathedral with the grave of the national hero - we were lucky to see the changing of the guard which happens every two hours. We headed to the Italian quarter for coffee :) the tango and soccer were born here. On the way we passed the only Russian Orthodox Church, Scottish were ...
... we were stuck in the cab/traffic for an hour they're fairly cheap so was still only about $20cad. Reasonable. And there was a/c. Thank god. Clearly a moped is the way to get around in this city. Now dinner and packing. Then an early morning off to the airport and we're off to see Dieter and Antoinette and Dwayne and Tammy!!! So excited. We're really looking forward to seeing friends. We're getting a little sick of only being able to talk to each other, not knowing the language, having ...
... and interpreter.
"Did you bring the money?" Asked Norm. He had warned us in advance not to use our credit cards and to bring enough American cash to cover everything for the trip. Why? Because the Argentine government is trying to combat inflation by legally fixing the currency exchange rate - which does not work, of course. The "official" exchange rate was about 8.8 Pesos to the US Dollar. Norm felt that we could get 12 or 13 Pesos to the Dollar ...
... experience. Hernan mentioned to us that Marcos is a veterinarian and that he is involved with conserving the Maned Wolves. The food at the estancia was typical Argentinean food, prepared by three different women who work for Marcos. It was really well prepared home made food and John was able to try some really different dishes. I especially liked the home made Flan with Dulce de Leche on the ...
... experience. The various viewing platforms get you really close to parts of the falls and if at any moment the wind changes you get soaked by the spray in an instant. The pictures speak for themselves and Iguazu is an epic, inspirational sight which totally lived up to our expectations. We opted to take the 'Great Adventure' which is a two part trip through a few kilometres of jungle (in a modified flat bed truck with seats...) as a disinterested guide describes the flora ...