Abode Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... heritage and how, although I was Israeli, I was not Jewish, nor was I Muslim. I wanted to make this all particularly clear, especially given the fact she was an ex-officer for the Israeli Army. I got on really well with Ghen and we decided we would both go into town to change money together. I told her I would sit around until 10am when we would go into town to change money and have some food. Said sitting around turned into napping for 3 hours. I sat on the torn ...
... t they! Couldn't believe it was 6AM -- closing time. We both had the biggest smiles on our faces as we put back our street shoes. And, out we came to find the skies lightening slowing as the day was dawning. Off we went walking following Lydia's internal compass as well as my Map App, to the waters to see the sunrise! Deserted streets, tree-lined, birds making a raucous happily, happy to be walking, exploring, oh my, and we somehow have entered into bourgeoise streets -- ...
Maarten and i both had flights to catch this morning. His was earlier than mine but i decided to go a little early anyway so we could split the cab. We woke up at about 630 and we had a cab waiting for us out the front. The hostel transfer to the airport was $15,000 pesos per person and our taxi cost us $17,000 so we did pretty well to save that money. Maarten was going to Easter island, me to Buenos Aires.
I had about 3 hours in the airport before i ...
... Here the food has been the best so far on this entire trip, oh and the wine has been simply sensational.
And thanks to their epic fail of a currency everything is amazingly cheap. In the last 10 years their Peso has gone from 2 pesos for $1US to a street value of 11 pesos for $1US. We were expecting things to get more expensive than Chile however, ...
... website showed that this was not altogether correct! The hotel confirmed that it was essential to book and it was too late to do it now! Oops! They did however recommend an alternative much closer to the hotel and we had a really excellent steak. I mean really excellent. All washed down with a quality Malbec. So, we had walked pretty much all day from 10 til 6 pausing only for a well deserved coffee/beer/wine/snack/tea (delete as appropriate) and reckon we had covered a ...