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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... emergency services,answer,we wouldn't and we would blame everyone accept ourselves.
The most interesting part of the city other than La Boca,which I will discuss separately in another chapter,is Monserrat and San Telmo which sit west of Recoleta in front of the original dockyard of Puerto Madero,this area is the oldest in the city and still retains it cobblestone streets,colonial air and century's old buildings.It was the quarter of the “Compadritos” or ...
... de feina a finals del segle XIX i principis del XX. Hi havia molts italians i altres europeus . Com a la majoria dels ports, va ser una zona molt difícil de la classe obrera , però amb molta vida, música , cafès i color.
Arribem a La Boca , gairebé al final del dia . La tradició dels que vivien allà era de pintar les seves “cases” utilitzant la pintura que sobrava de pintar els ...
... in the beautiful parks. It's such a green city with huge parks every few blocks full of young people running, cycling and working out in the outdoor gyms. The architecture is quite impressive here as well with the Obelisk and Teatro standing out for us. The Obelisk stands in the middle of Av 9 de Julio which is apparently the widest road in the world (about 10 lanes ...
After a night of flying, during which we managed to get a bit of sleep here and there - we have arrived. Long lines at immigration and customs awaited us. And then - a familiar face - Martin! I think he was very happy to see us, even if I was wearing a hat - something only the tourists do here - but we had a good chuckle, and I quickly put my hat in my bag! You want to pick out the tourist in the crowd - they are wearing a hat, and probably ...
... of Recoleta was disappointing after our expectations had been raised. The only other thing of note for us was a giant metal flower that opened and closed at sunrise and sunset and followed the sun throughout the day. Yes there were some parks and museums, but nothing to distinguish this neighborhood from the others we had seen the day prior. At one point Holly voiced the question that was on my mind, what are we missing? Whatever it was that made BA special, we hadn't found it ...