Abode Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the hostel we just got robbed, dump our bags in our room and shower. To top things off, its a public holiday here in Buenos Aires on a Friday, so the Aus embassy is closed until Monday. The aus phone line did not work and we realise we are stranded. We decide to head across the road to the corner store open and get so booze to drown the sorrows. $5 for a 1L bottle of rum, that should do the trick. We head back to the hostel, crack the bottle and jump on the hostel ...
Our flight landed at Ezeiza airport south of Buenos Aires at the Friday afternoon rush hour, so our first hour in Argentina riding in the "Remis" (Argentine for Taxi) was not pleasant. We were stuck in heavy, stop-and-go traffic creeping through some seedy looking southern barrios of the city on a hot and humid day. Finally, the Remis entered the widest boulevard we have ever seen - the 9th of July Avenue. We counted 20 lanes of car traffic plus 4 lanes in ...
Breakfast and goodbye to Sarah at Hub Puerto.
At 9am, we were picked up and transferred to the Sofitel where we met the Abercrombie & Kent staff and received some info on what was happening that day. After breakfast, we walked to the BA Opera House, the Colon Theatre, and booked in for a tour.
It was fully renovated recently at the cost of $40 million. We had a great guide. It was a ...
... accompanied by a homeless guy who pointed at my food and I said or tried to say in Spanish for him to wait across the road and I will get it (para yeva) to take away but whilst this was being said the waiters came out and tried to shoo him on but he got really angry and started shouting, he then got really angry with me and called me a cheap ***** and continued screaming this until he was out of site. I ...
... it does sound a little snobby, but I promise it's fun! It's making us appreciate our wines a lot more and get more from each new bottle.
The feeling it could all fall apart any moment, but it doesn't
There are 30 protests per week in Buenos Aires. Seriously, 30 a week. How does a city even function like that? That kind of civil unrest is totally unheard of in Australia. If there were 30 protests in a week in a city back home, it was be the heralding of the ...