B&B Tango & Bandoneon
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Tango & Bandoneon guest house, reading Gilbert, Marquez, and more. Montserrat, flea markets, endless searches for leather bags, Italian vibes and pasta, steak, red tango shoes, cooking meals in the shared hostel kitchen, too much alcohol with fellow hostellers, markets, wandering. B.A. felt like a melancholy European city with an undercurrent of South American heat.
After a good flight we arrived in Buenos Aires, which was looking green and purple from out of the sky.
After a some what difficult start at the airport. Because we hardly couldn't get some money out of the ATM's just like the other travellers. So all the tourists were a bit lost but we finally found a ATM which gave some …
... in Italy). It has 3 sections (hell, purgatory, heaven), the same number of meters tall as stories in the book, the same number of floors as chapters, etc. -Cafe Tortoni, the oldest coffee shop in Buenos Aires that served many artists and minds in Argentina -Independence square/Plaza de Mayo -The pink house (Casa Rosada) or the presidential office is one of the most famous landmarks. It was formed by joining two previous buildings (a post office and the ...
... it all up, working in a five star hotel as a waiter and doing walking tours twice a week. This of course made Lotus laugh, we so often meet unhappy lawyers who have made a complete 180 degrees on their career, and we always try to work out how much they really make and it only amounts to a couple of hundred dollars a week. But that may not seem to a high earning lawyer by in Argentina a dollar goes a long way. Before we arrived we read up on the currency ...
... and we were glad to leave, though the stroll around the three streets that are "safe" for tourists was entertaining.
(Anyone doubting my synopsis need only read the Tripadvisor reviews, which make scary, and somewhat strange, reading. One wrote: "I enjoyed La Boca even though it's a tourist trap. I would have given it four stars rather than three, but my husband and I were robbed at gunpoint, at three in the afternoon, just around the corner from ...