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We arrived in Buenos Aires on a Wednesday and checked into the Milhouse hostel, the top party hostel in the city (so we'd heard). The hostel is on Avenida de Mayo, one of the main avenues in the city and just off the famous 9 de Julio. After we checked in we were starving so went to look for some food. Luckily the Avenida is full of the oldest restaurants and cafes in the city. There were a lot of old men with big moustaches drinking espressos and reading the newspaper, and ...
... been operating for over 40 years and is still going strong and I bet the menu is the same as the day it opened. Located in an area hopping with tourist places and American chains likeTGI Friday, Rodi Bar has remained true to their roots and remains a non touristy place in a very touristy area. LOVE IT!
Gijon - We asked our good friend Daniel to pick out a restaurant that is off the beaten path and has the feel of ...
... in un pugno" made me feel like if I was in a move of Pieraccioni. Next song... guess? An Argentinian singer performing on "splendido splendente"!. Ok, where is the hidden-camera? And then the at the Radio someone screaming "Arturo Vidaaaallll, goooaaalll, che emozione" and realising that because of Tevez and Vidal half of the Argentinian population support Juventus! What a country! Love it. Football (of futbol in Spanish) is a big deal here! You ...
... about halfway through when we realized that this place was not in fact joking. They were Very Serious about it. So then amusement gave way to heebie-jeebies and we fled. We closed out our evening at a milonga, which is a dance hall for tango. We got to see the everyday Buenos Aires person dancing, and they are amazing. Despite our tango lessons, we knew we were WAY out of our league. We just watched from the sidelines ...
We were up quite early for the free hotel breakfast, lots of choice of both hot and cold, easily the best we have had on the trip so far. After breakfast we met up in reception and had a walk in to the city, we walked first to the casa rosada, the Argentine equivalent of 10 downing street. It was in the main square in the city along with the cathedral which we were allowed to enter and have a look round. After this we walked down 25 ...