Petit Recoleta Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... white tablecloths, and white napkins. The walls are covered with photos of customers who have been eating there over the years. Servers are very professional and know the extensive menu inside and out. This is not a Parilla but a full service restaurant with many dishes that are now rare to find anymore in BA. Our waiter - Ricardo- is 32 and has worked there for 8 years and he may well be the employee with the lowest seniority. ...
When introducing Buenos Aires in his book The Old Patagonian Express, Paul Theroux references a character in James Joyce´s Dubliners. The character, Eveline, meets an Irishman who has "fallen on his feet in Buenos Ayres", they fall in love, he proposes marriage and invites her to return to Argentina on the boat with him. But at the last minute she loses her nerve and stays in Dublin. I´ve struggled with The Old Patagonian Express at various points (Theroux ...
... really late and usually something sweet. Then a late lunch, before dinner at around 10pm. This is just an average daily routine for the Argentines and was something that would take a bit of getting used too!
On my 2nd day in Buenos Aires i stupidly had my small backpack stolen and lost my ipad, camera and the really annoying part...my passport. This would prove to alter my plans for Argentina dramatically. After a visit to the police station and some TLC from ...
... During the night we sailed to a little private island which is part of the Falklands called New Island. After breakfast we made a dry landing with the Polar Cirkel boats on the island. By dry landing I mean we didn't have to wear Muk boots and landed on a concert ramp.
We walked about a kilometre to the rock hopper penguin rookery. Thousands of the cute little creatures with their tiny, red, beady eyes and funny little tufts of orange feathers ...
... The day after I settled into the new hostel, I had my meeting. I found out a couple days before that the school was a whole 25 km away! Luckily I met some locals that taught me how to use the train system, and I got there with no trouble. However, walking through the rain wasn't fun.
I spent the next few days exploring the area of Palermo. It's much calmer than the area I started in ...