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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... Aires. They are known for there great hot dogs and all the toppings it comes with. I ordered one hot dog with the mayo/ketchup sauce and chips on top. It was DELICIOUS! It cost me about $23 Argentine peso which is approx $1.75. So good and so cheap! I totally recommend you all to stop here one day.
After hours of walking around, it began to get dark which meant it was my cue to return to the apt. My friend soon after came home from work and once my roommate arrived ...
... had already heard about other's experiencing this so it wasn't a surprise and to be fair, they guy had done a very good job keeping his distance, but coming in at the right time to fill glasses and clear plates.
After dinner we had to cross the street from the restaurant to the show venue. We had a very small table reserved for us with our name on it. It was on the side wall but near the front and had a good view of the stage. It wasn't long before ...
... you can see everything that happens on the pitch. The match was incredible! Drums and chants went all ALL THE WAY through the game and people were standing on their seats, jumping and chanting every time the team had a chance. Luckily, we went to the best match of the season and despite being 1-0 down at half time, they won 3-1!!! Whoop (and thank God)! The goal celebrations each went on for around 10 minutes - absolutely bananas fans but a fantastic experience! To celebrate ...
... I tried to do a runner.
Couldn’t check the notes properly then but they seem OK.
Then got my ferry ticket to Uruguay, hugely expensive for a
one hour boat ride, not only because foreigners are only allowed to pay in
foreign currency or on credit cards at official exchange rate - £30 and this
was the cheaper of the 2 companies with convenient ports!!
Was exhausted by the time I had done all this & got the
tube back, where the nearby roads were ...
... at straws. 'Were you injured in the attack sir?' 'No' I reply sensing where this is going. 'Then I'm afraid we can't offer the benefit'. So according to Ric************, it's not a real mugging unless blood is drawn! I have to settle with playing seven a side with Federico and his mates on Sunday night as Karen won't step foot near the stadium. 'It will probably be a terrible game anyway babe' she says. The final score; Boca Juniors 6 Arsenal 4! Next Stop: ...