I purposely built in a large layover cushion in both directions and was glad. While there were no big delays, we were late in arriving into Newark airport for both of my originating flights. The cushions eliminated any stress and gave me time to do some work. The flights to and from Buenos Aires are night flights, so most of the time is taken up with eating and sleeping.
I again had arranged for the hotel to pick me up from the airport. We were also delayed in departing Newark for Buenos Aires, so I managed to get an email off to them before departure letting them know I would be late. There were no issues once we arrived. Since I had already paid the entrance fee on my last trip, I could head towards the immigration lines that had just to process my passport, take my picture and record my thumbprint. My driver was easy to spot in the arrivals hall. Since I already had some local currency and knew where I could get some in town, we could leave the airport immediately.
|Room perspective from the entryway|
The bathroom wasn't as large as the one from my prior stay and didn't have a waterfall shower. But it had a steam room shower with a rainmaker shower head and thermostat-controlled radiant heating in the marble floors.
|Looking towards the light well with waterfall|
|Tub with lights and jets|