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TravelPod Member ReviewsEspacia Suites Buenos Aires
Very helpful employees, spacious suites (hence the name, I guess), nice neighborhood; A little too much noise from room next door, and a bit of a walk (with kids) to nearest metro station but very pleasant overall;
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Today's quest was a decent bakery, which is located in the posh neighbourhoods, between Recoleta and Retiro. As had been in bits of this area before and needed the exercise, took a scenic route – tube to Plaza Italia & walk from there. Had hoped to drop into the MALBA, the highly regarded art museum – was saved the entry fee by it not opening until noon!
... is. Instead of 8:1, you could get a better rate on the streets. Argentina, because of the crashing economy, are desperate for dollars, so they are willing to give more pesos as a result. The best I got was 10.5:1 but 2 months earlier, Jose my rio friend, managed to get 13:1. Lucky him!
Then La Boca. Wow! So colourful. So artistic. You can only really walk the tourist trap as the area is essentially a favela! But we took it all in, walked around ...
... next one. We felt very professional and learnt so much from the experience. All the wines and cheeses were very nice, delicious in fact and we were even allowed more of any that we liked. Mark of course going for nearly every one, definitely a lover of wine! After the tasting we were pretty full and didn't need a meal so we took a walk round the grounds of the hotel and then returned to our hotel, it had been a great ...
... We soon came across the site we were most eager to visit, the grave of Eva 'Evita' Peron. Having visited the museum only a few days ago and learning of the turbulent time her body went through after her passing it was comforting to know she is at rest with her family (Duarte).
Lunch was in one of the surrounding parks as we had brought sandwiches. On our way back to the bus we wandered the lovely surrounding streets, filled with gorgeous shops and ...
... went to the corner and had 1/4 of a kilo of ice cream EACH=1/2 lb. so delicious. And cheap! We woke up Saturday morning at 7:30 to the sound of pouring rain on the roof. After we had a delicious breakfast: fresh squeezed orange juice(but really, nothing else was in it,) bread, oranges, and a piece of orange cake (WHAT), we headed out to the Iguazú national park. We took taxis there and it was still pouring. Katie and I bought some Iguazú ponchos, 30 pesos, nada, and we were ...