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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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... and then went for a stroll around the city. The three of us had been to Buenos Aires on a rugby tour with CBC when we were 16 so we walked around the city in search of the hotel we stayed in. Walked for a good hour but had no luck so we went for some food and then went back to the Millhouse. We decided we would go to a restaurant called 'La Cabrera' that night because we had been told it was unbelievable and that between 7pm-8pm you got 40% off your bill. The steak there ...
... Pablo who knows a guy who can make the exchange," said Rita. We arranged to meet Pablo in a small cafe where we ordered empanadas (the ubiquitous Argentine national fast-food dish) and Quilmes beer. Pablo, a young man with those dark, handsome Argentine features that make women everywhere swoon, flashed a bright smile and greeted us warmly in excellent English. "Please put the money in this bag," he said. "My friend trusts only me." Zina and I gulped, ...
... house and rivals the best in the world. Every top opera singer has performed there over the years. Pavarotti is reported to have said that there was a major problem with it. The acoustics were too perfect. Evidently if a singer misses a note he blames the acoustics. In the Colon Theatre that is not possible. There is gold and gold leaf everywhere, lovely velvet seats with lots of room and marble aplenty.
... to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world and this is concurred by Pavarotti. We moved across the plaza to view the different architectural styles of the surrounding buildings. At the time of construction, there was an admiration for France and in particular Paris so a very similar style was used.
On the corner of the plaza, there was a huge synagogue. Buenos Aires has 3rd biggest Jewish community in the world. Across the road was ...
... nowadays, so i loved how, on my aimless walks, I would often pass men and women in small, local cafes reading their newspapers and drinking coffee as if it were a century ago and everyone wasn’t in a race against the clock.
The public transport
Being that Buenos Aires is such an enormous sprawling city, as much as we love walking everywhere, you really need to take public transport to see the whole thing. Luckily we ran into two Aussies briefly near ...