La Rocca Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a perfect day for this thanks to the sun. Then, we took a long walk down a wide street called Avenida Libertador, which features the International Embassies, nice sculptures, a giant metal flower that opens and closes with solar panels, and beautiful, expensive buildings; it's like the Upper East Side Manhattan of Buenos Aires. We also passed a bunch of museums but didn't actually go into any due to time and already walking so much. Side ...
... Much Information), I have to tell the bidet story. We’ve seen bidets before, but have never used one. This time I’m going to see how these things work. So, I turn the water faucet on and watch as the bowl begins to fill as I check the temperature. Water temperature feels good, so I look for a lever or handle to get the jet flow. I find a push lever on the side of the faucet and push it, not realizing that there’s not ...
... locals spilling out from the cafes onto the street and of course the blue and yellow pride all around you.
After about 30mins soaking up the suburb it was back onto the bikes to continue our tour, this time we were off to the ritzy river side area of Puerto Madero, the area itself was once a beach however under corrupt politicians (is there another kind?) it was used as a dumping ground for industrial waste and has since been repatriated into a wet area with plenty ...
... female dorms.
We had toyed with the idea of nipping over the border to Paraguay the next day but despite our competitive country-accumulating that we seem to enjoy, we simply couldn’t be bothered as there was nothing to see apart from the world’s second biggest dam, so we contented ourselves with going to the point on the river where Brazil, Parguay and Argentina all meet and then spent a few hours shopping in the town and then ...
... did to her body after her passing. This world is full of sick members..!!!
I headed home, another long walk to then get ready for dinner at a bar called "Soria" in Palermo (another province) for food and drinks...tapas...Muy Bueno !!!! this was arranged by Katie another co-ordinate from connect who was also lovely and chatty, she had to pay for my taxi and food because like a plank I came out of the house without any dinero!!! I believe this ...