Old Mar 23, 07, 4:23 pm
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Originally Posted by srk123 View Post
I did the LAX-EZE-MVD-LAX triangle on a business class award ticket in Feb. 2006, stopping in Buenos Aires for a few days. No problem using the AA lounge at EZE and MVD. The leg from EZE to MVD was interesting. As it was a continuation flight, they had us in a huge 747 for a 45-minute flight (maybe AA's shortest international flight connecting major cities). I liked Uruguay. It is a very advanced country for South America and has only 3-million people. Spent one day in Montevideo and three days of sunshine in the resort town of Punta del Este (whose casino at the Conrad Hotel uses only American money even though its customers are primarily Brazilian and Argentine. It is a very nice hotel and casino.
It's a 777, not a 747, but you're right that it is AA's largest airplane in terms of size and weight (not in terms of # of passengers).
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