HA Flats Quartier Basavilbaso
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about my life haha. Upon realizing that everything was closed, she said everything should probably open around 2. Well, balls. It was only 11. So I went to the bus stop and took the bus to a new beach everyone said I had to visit. I wasn't sure how buses there worked so, upon Jorge's suggestion, I asked the money guy to tell me when to get off. When you get on buses in Brazil, there's a guy who has a cash box who can give you change for your bus fare. You have to pay him ...
... rest of South America doesn't like them as they can be arrogant about Argentina and dramatic, they have a strong Italian background, I blame that. Also as a result of the European backgrounds many people have white skin, blonde hair and blue/green eyes. The cities are developed enough that you could think your in Europe. I almost can pass as a local.. Almost! But unfortunately thier economy is absolutely ******. Inflation is 30%. Thier dollar is screwed as well. Citizens need ...
... and all for $80 per night.
After unpacking, we walked around for a while, stopped at the main tourist office, and then headed back to the apartment. At 5 pm, we were meeting Buenos Aires Free Tours in Plaza San Martin Park which was only a five minute walk away. The tour was of the "Aristocratic" neighborhood of Retiro and Recoleta. We were informed about General San Martin, the liberator of Argentina, the Monumento a Malvinas (Falklands), ...
... streets, which are often filled with artists and dancers.
By the time we finally made it out of the hotel, late morning, the sun was high in sky and it was hot. We made our way slowly up the busy pedestrian street, Lavalle, crammed full with shops and cinemas before heading across to Plaza de Mayo. We continued our walk through the Monserrat barrio on Defensa and passed Manzana de las Luces (Illuminated Block), a ...
... close to the centre. By day it's great for shopping, with a big swanky mall as well as streets of tiny boutiques selling all sorts. By night it becomes the epicentre of BA's nightlife, with most clubs staying open until 8 or 10am. The area also has tonnes of really nice parks, including the botanical gardens. After meeting up with Jenny & Hugh, plus 3 German guys from the hostel, we ventured to a restaurant in La Boca ...