San Remo Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... We wanted to share s'mores with the group and had brought graham crackers and good chocolate from Canada, but Martin and found marshmallows in the stores here so we didn't bring those. And having seen them at the store across the street I didn't think we have any issues - well all they had tonite was strawberry flavoured, and those would not work for s'mores! Luckily, there was a group stopping at a different store that were able ...
... at the apartment for a few hours. We had a nap - I don't know what it is about the air here, but we seem to nap everyday, I could get used to this. Martin had bought us tickets to an event called Sparkling Nights - a champagne tasting event at a hotel downtown. We took a bus there, and stopped on 9 de Julio avenue to take some pictures of the Teatro Colon theatre and the Obelisk at night. The event itself was ok, many people crammed into a room with about 20 different ...
... a poor area but home to their famous soccer ,never heard of them but they are really big here, Maradonna came from here. I had heard of him. The roads trees and parks in the city are very well laid out but there is an enormous amount of traffic. Also visited their opera house, it is as good as anything we have seen in ...
... we realized that we can walk straight in, the queues are for those who want to walk up the stairs to meet & greet (and hug) some or other famous Argentinian music (pop)star on the 2nd floor. Whilst I was tempted to also do the meet & greet, just out of curiosity, the rain made the decision not to meet & greet quite easy! Instead we just wandered up and down the book shelves and marveled ...
... Aguas Corrientes) built in the late 1800’s. It is a massive French renaissance style building whose interior, designed by a British company, consists of 180 metal columns supporting twelve tanks capable of storing 72,000 tons of water. The exterior of the building is decorated with over 300,000 glazed, multi-colour terra cotta tiles imported from the Royal Doulton factory in Britain. Our next stop was a bookshop that started life in 1919 as a theatre: a ...