Abode Buenos Aires
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in no rush. Aaaaah to be back in a Latino culture!!! We used what was probably an overpriced but definitely safe taxi service to get to our hotel where we quickly freshened up, put on more layers and dumped our bags. We walked along to Plaza de Mayo to see the Casa Rosada (government building) and we visited the free Museo ...
... on the way back. See the photos. What are our reflections on Argentina, and BA? We get the Paris of Sth America, and the best bits of the city are lovely. Some say this looking to Europe reflects a sense of inferiority - we are Europeans but they don't accept us as such. A bit like Australians in that sense. It has obvious social issues, and you smell the very poor quality of government. Neglect, grandstanding and blatant use of the media to ...
... instead we headed back and freshened up for dinner. The apartment owner had suggested a cheap but tasty parilla close by which served jugs of penguin wine-I was sold :) The place had a great atmosphere, a few tourists but mainly locals enjoying the grill and wine. Whilst the decor and general ambience was a little rough and ready the food was fantastic and a lot cheaper than in some of the other restaurant windows we had looked at. After dinner we headed to the square as were ...
... up Florida, and tried to find the bus station but could only find the train station. Walked round a market then back beside the docks which was nice. I returned to the hostel and saw a message from Tom saying that he and Franzie had gone to a Sunday market, so I went also and saw a local getting robbed (a guy ran up and snatched something from her hand (phone probably) then jumped onto the back of a scooter that fled off. ...
... headed back. Buenos Aires is different kind of city, there isn't really an icon or a famous attraction as compared to Christ the Redeemer in Rio, Eiffel Tower in Paris or Colosseum in Rome. It's about exploring the different neighbourhoods that's has each their significant vibes and character. In Buenos Aires, it's really just enjoying the atmosphere and observing people. It's a great experience, especially with Hernan showing and explaining us every doubt we ...