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... charge. They also gave me recommendations for a good transportation company that was much cheaper than the regular taxi service. TiendaLeon is a shuttle bus service from the airport to various hostels and hotels in the center. Rather than being $400 (argentine pesos), it was only $120. I paid for my bus ticket and walked through the electric sliding doors, out into the early morning sunrise.
It was 5am and the sun was just beginning to poke its head ...
... good and we got to see the tomb of Evita. I reluctantly agreed to a Tango show and lessons with Anna and some Irish friends we met......although in hindsight I have to admit it was actually quite good. We also visited Boca which was cool however I massively regret not going to a game.
All in all, BA is amazing and a must visit city for everyone. Sorry for the not so good pictures, I mainly used my mobile phone this time.
Next up Uruguay.
We arrived very near to ontime, even though our flight left Atlanta an hour late ! :-) We met Astrid at Newark airport and found that she was doing the exact same trip, so offered to give her a ride into the city, since we had already organized a car. The first three photos show us stuffed into the cab! :-D - it worked though and we arrived at our apartment at about 10:30am - just 2 hours after landing, so ...
... I was really tired and badly needed to pee - but after checking the bus toilet, decided to wait. It was agony but I managed to get through by sleeping. We arrived in Buenos Aires around 11pm. First thing I did was use the baño! We were all feeling pretty achey and exhausted by now. Feeling too tired to buy our ongoing bus tickets we caught a taxi to Koten Hotel. While the staff ...
... in time for a late lunch (on the number 29, if you must know, but only after we'd earlier got on a different number 29, only to be told by the driver that he didn't stop anywhere near Caminito, or La Boca, and who looked at us incredulously when we muttered that it mentioned both of these places on the plaque in his front window.)