La Rocca Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... middle of it. People had built tunnels over the top so that they could then build houses over it. The creek had since been diverted and the tunnels were now dry.
After the tour I went to check out a burger place that everyone said was awesome. They had kumura chips there!!!! Only they're called batata fritas. Afterwards I went to the Recoleta cemetery. It was impressive. Huge tombs everywhere, some broken with coffins sticking out. It was ...
... famous personalities lean out over the top balconies of the houses on the main streets. Maradona lookalikes sit on chairs in the main square offering people to have their photo taken seated next to the countries favorite icon.Beautiful tango dancers also tout for photos by stopping tourists as they move along the streets and pausing to have dramatic dance move poses taken with them ,it is all harmless and good fun and there is no pressure.
My abiding ...
... just dodged a bullet. I'm sitting in the airport at 34degrees with no air conditioning or ventilation. The hardest part is knowing the city is right behind me and I will not be able to set a foot on its streets. But I'm just about to board my 5th and final flight and will be heading off to the extremely cold climate of Ushuaia with a light jumper and leggings. Good one mags! First stop is to buy a massive warm coat when I can finally get out of these dam ...
... seems to work. I will leave the driving to the taxis. There also seems to be a type of street mafia - where parking on the street is free, but if you do not pay the guy managing the block, then you may come back to smashed windows and severely crunched bumpers - I think I would always pay.
Customer Service is also different here - it is not as attentive as in Canada - if you need more or want something you have to flag them down, ...