Punto Berro Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... On the way back toward our hostel we took the 'inner route' and cycled through town. We stopped in the funniest park and had a very late lunch. In the park there were amazing old trees everywhere with horses tethered to them. There was also about 20 dogs all running about playing by themselves and to add to the activity, many sports clubs practicing their chosen discipline. After a day biking around town we slept pretty well ...
... I didn't recall getting any type of customs forms during the flight. Luckily for me, this ended up being the easiest customs process. I literally handed over my passport, got my thumb e-fingerprinted, they stamped the passport, I then got it back, and was on my way! First thing I did was withdraw some Uruguayan Pesos. After I got the pesos, I went to catch the bus to the Tres Cruces bus station in Centro.
The bus was an amazing deal, especially since I read cabs ...
... part of the city with many interesting old buildings, villas, corner restaurants and green streets. Here Sue at last managed to photograph a dog walker, taking a troop of nine dogs to the streets for their otherwise engaged owners.Catching the bus for the 40 minute ride into Centro and the Old Town was fun. More than just a bus ride, we were spruiked by traders selling various goods who hopped on and off the bus at will and entertained by a ...
It took a while to leave the hostel. Rach had to do quite a bit of jiggery pokery before heading out to make sure all her clothes were ready for laundry. As a result she spent the day dressed in Ed's threads. I only had a Gav Shirt to offer - the rest of my stuff was also going into laundry. Unsurprisingly she turned it down in favour of Ed's plain white offering.
We headed out to an area highlighted on the tourist map as markety. En route we popped into a sunglasses ...
... of Argentinian wine (my first in South America) I did little apart from sleep!
So I turned up at the joining point in BA nice and refreshed and ready to start the tour. It was something of a surprise that only half of the group made it for the initial meeting, but it turned out that a core part of them had been travelling together for two months already and had already been in Buenos Aires for a couple of days. The rest of us walked to the Plaza de Mayo with Fernanda ...