Trianon Residence Recoleta
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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The first time I went to BA I was staying in San Telmo (the "old town") in a hostel that almost resembled a hostel (America del Sur) and I did a lot of touristy things:
- I went to La Boca - a poor and slightly dangerous suburb which has a small but very touristy section that is full of brightly coloured buildings and is bustling with action, from artists selling their work on the streets, to tango dancers outside restaurants trying to entice you to ...
... toured Casa Rosado, the Presidential Palace aka Pink Palace (where the president works but doesn’t live). Next was lunch in Puerto Madero district, a newly developed area in BA. We walked to the Women’s Bridge which is in the shape of a tango dancer’s leg. We visited the La Boca barrio a colorful colony along the waterfront and then Recoleta Cemetary where ...
... and bags of pellets to feed them are available for purchase; dangerous snakes are held behind cracked glass; little children duck under barrier chains to get closer to the animals. The absurdity, the heat, and the most likely black market animals get the best of us and we retreat to refuel. We find lunch at a place called Mark's, and find it delicious. It rivals if not bests our lunch from the day before, once again poking at us that we may ...
... br> After La Boca we went off to Casa Rosada (the Pink Presidential Palace), made famous by Evita Peron, followed by a lunch at Café Tortoni, the oldest café in BA.
That evening we flew to a place in Ecuador called Guayaquil where we stayed close to the airport as we had a flight to the Galapagos Islands the following ...
... back? I don't know! Machu Picchu was a thought but that would be way too expensive, and to be honest, although it is on the world wonders list, it doesn't much interest me. Sure, it'd be cool to say, hey, I went to Machu Picchu, but I don't know. I just don't know! Not a rich one here! I have $10,000 in loans THIS year, and I wonder if I should use it to make the most of my study abroad experience or save it to be able to pay it back quicker. I ...