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66DAY 6 IGUASSU FALLS - BUENOS AIRES (4 NIGHTS) 5 D Cross the border to Argentina. Stop at the Visitors Centre and take a scenic walk before boarding the open-air Ecological Jungle Train for a different vantage point on the mighty falls and a spectacular view of the thunderous Devil's Throat Falls. Fly to Buenos Aires and arrive at your stylish hotel in the heart of Argentina's sizzling capital, just steps from designer boutiques, fine dining, museums, theatres and the famous Teatro Colon. Enjoy a light buffet dinner with wine at your hotel, followed by a presentation by a Local Expert on the passions and traditions of the Argentinean people - the wine, the tango, the beef . and the football. (FB D) Hotel: Sheraton Libertador Hotel (SF) DAY 7 BUENOS AIRES SIGHTSEEING B I Join your guide and embark on an in-depth tour of this passionate city. See the Plaza de Mayo, the pink Casa Rosada, and the renowned Teatro Colon where legendary stars Maria Callas and Caruso have performed; then view the colourful and fashionable neighbourhoods of La Boca, San Telmo and Palermo. Learn how Argentine leathers are turned into fine leather goods at the workshop of a master leather artisan. Drive along the stately Avenida 9 de Julio, said to be the widest street in the world, to the elegant Recoleta. Here you visit the museum dedicated to Argentina's former first lady Eva Peron (Evita) as well as the impressive cemetery where she is buried. Return to your hotel this afternoon. This evening, you are welcomed by a local family into their elegant mansion for an exclusive Be My Guest experience. Your hosts share their passion for art and invite you to learn how to make scrumptious empanadas - rolled pies stuffed with an array of delicious fillings. Sample these treats and other hors d'oeuvres while learning about and tasting some of Argentina's best vintages and varietals from the Cafayate and Mendoza wine regions. (FB BG) DAY 8 COLONIA DEL SACRAMENTO EXCURSION F Cross the Rio de la Plata by hydrofoil this morning. On the Uruguayan side, a guide takes you on a walk through the UNESCO World Heritage-listed historic district of the charming colonial Colonia del Sacramento. After a leisurely Highlight Lunch at a local restaurant, enjoy time to stroll the exclusive art galleries and shops on your own. Return by hydrofoil to Argentina later this afternoon. (FB HL) DAY 9 BUENOS AIRES FREE TIME F Relish a day at leisure in the "Paris of South America." If you like, take an optional trip to a traditional Argentinean estancia (ranch) for the day; share a drink with the local gauchos (cowboys), marvel at their horsemanship during a lively equestrian show and then feast on a traditional parrillada (barbeque) lunch. Back in the city, linger over a Highlight Dinner and a chance for an authentic taste of world-renowned Argentinean beef! Cap off the evening watching a sensual performance of the best tango dancers in Buenos Aires. (FB HD) DAY 10 BUENOS AIRES - BARILOCHE (2 NIGHTS) D Fly to the edge of the Andes and the lovely resort town of San Carlos de Bariloche. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore the town on your own - perhaps visit the many chocolate shops, browse the quaint boutiques or take a stroll in the parks along the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi. Tonight, share your stories with your travel companions during dinner at your hotel. (FB D) Hotel: Hotel Edelweiss (SF) DAY 11 BARILOCHE SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME I Discover the natural wonders of one of Argentina's prettiest areas, known as the "Switzerland of South America." Meet your local guide and travel along the "Circuito Chico" for spectacular vistas of forests, mountains and sparkling waters in Nahuel Huapi National Park. Visit lovely Playa Bonita, soak up the scenery from hilltop St. Edward's Chapel on the Llao Llao Peninsula, and ride a chairlift to the top of Cerro Campanario for sweeping views of Lake Nahuel Huapi, the Llao Llao Peninsula, and the high peaks of Catedral and Tronador. Then, find out about Bariloche's chocolate connection with a visit to the Chocolate Museum. After a briefing on some 2000 years of chocolate history, view the production area, and, of course, sample an array of chocolate treats. The rest of the day is at leisure in Bariloche. (FB) DAY 12 BARILOCHE - ANDEAN LAKE DISTRICT CRUISE - PUERTO VARAS (2 NIGHTS) F Today, journey by land and water across the breathtaking Lake District straddling Argentina and Chile to marvel at some of the Southern Hemisphere's most stunning landscapes. Soak in the breathtaking scenery of snow-capped mountain peaks, gloriously green forests and sapphire blue lakes as you cruise upon lakes Nahuel Huapi and Frias and drive across the Chilean border to Peulla for an included Highlight Lunch. Board another catamaran for the scenic crossing of Todos Los Santos Lake with the mighty Osorno volcano looming in the background. Keep an eye out for Andean condors gliding over the lakes and mountains. Make a stop at the Petrohue River to see the burbling waterfalls cascade over the black volcanic rock. Arrive in Puerto Varas, one of Chile's most charming villages, located on the banks of Lake Llanquihue. Check in to your lakefront hotel and enjoy a light dinner. (FB HL D) Hotel: Cabana del Lago Hotel (F) DAY 13 CHILOE ISLAND PATAGONIA EXCURSION F Join your local guide and take a ferry across the Chacao Channel to the isolated island of Chiloe in northern Patagonia. Here, get acquainted with the mythical world of the island and its traditional architecture, including its typical wooden churches. Tour the 16th century fortress of San Antonio, and savour a Highlight Lunch of seafood in the provincial capital of Ancud. Then, depending on weather conditions, visit several Magellan and Humboldt penguin colonies located on tiny, barren islands just off the island's coast. This afternoon, return to Puerto Varas. (FB HL) Andean Lake Crossing, ArgentinCaa-pCthioilne9:18Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdSolenoid Handle LocksASSA Connect solenoid handle nightlatches. Feature automatic deadlocking with electrically operated handle to gain access. May be fitted with Scandinavian Oval type cylinder to provide key override. Choice of 50mm or 70mm backset. Reversible. Supplied as fail locked, may be converted to fail unlocked on site. 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