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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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... I found it the easiest of the channels to understand because they spoke the slowest. Later on, Jorge came home and ordered pizza. (I'm currently planning my diet and exercise routine for when I get back home because my entire sustenance here has been bread or something with bread products: pizza, empanadas, coxinhas, hot dogs, alfajors..and I've gained at least five, if not ten, pounds. I promise I'm not exaggerating.) He asked what I wanted and I said whatever is ...
... the instructor to do a few flips after exiting the plane which I recommend if you ever do it! Great fun and would love to do it again. The next day Will left for Buenos Aires to meet a friend, and I stayed with Anto as she had a friends bday party with a big assado (roast/BBQ basically) which I wanted to experience! The Argentinans know how to cook thier meat and have BBQ's.. Probably better than us. Also loved the cheap wine, throughout South America the wine has been ...
... was supposed to be ready by 1pm, and it was only 10:30 am. To make a long story short, we went out for lunch, and by the time we returned the apartment was being cleaned, and the women who owned the apartment showed up close to 1 pm. I was not happy that no one was here to meet us, but in the end it all worked out.
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We landed in Buenos Aires at around 5.30pm and as we stepped out of the plane we were hit by that lovely feeling of warmth (27 degrees centigrade) you get when you first arrive somewhere hot! A nice change after the cold and wind of Patagonia. We grabbed our bags and got a transfer to our hostal (El Secreto) near the centre of B.A., the hostal was in a lovely old building with big rooms, a great roof terrace and a couple of friendly dogs.
After the Salt Flats of Bolivia we made our way across to San Pedro in Chile as this was the easiest way to get to Salta in Argentina. We knew that we would have to wait a few days for a bus so checked into a good hostel and enjoyed the blistering sunshine. San Pedro is actually a pretty cool town and it feels a bit like it belongs in an old Western film. We pretty much just chilled out although we did rent some bikes and visit the Valle de La Luna which if you ...