Vi Luz y Entre Hostel
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- Airport Transportation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... now a government building for foreign affairs, originally belonged to a rich, religious lady. It sits on San Martin Plaza, which has his statue because he is considered a hero for his role in not only Argentina’s independence from Spain but many other South American countries too.
Walking through the park we all noticed a fenced off area full of dogs. Dog walkers, who sometimes collect many dogs from their working owners, take the dogs there for a run ...
... by desert. The whole meal, with wine and water, came to 420 pesos for the two of us (A$40), so very reasonable. Carolyn estimates that they can live on about USD1,500 pm., which enables them to do a lot of travelling and she seems to be enjoying life in BA. It is definitely a city for those that like the arts. Derek and I felt somewhat claustrophobic however as there is very little green space and no open water apart from the Rio de la Plata which is far away from the ...
... recognised us again and let us on anyway, despite a few people missing out. When we got to the bar again and tonight, only just had enough time for one drink and a pee. The bar tenders recognised us from the last few days and were pretty happy to see us back again.
When we arrived to the studio, there was a special guest that joined the audience; the Australian ambassador to Argentina ...
... share a table. There were two couples and they had ordered while we were having a shower. We then ordered a bottle of red (which took ages and had to be chased at least twice by Andy) and another couple of dishes. At this point, after a further delay, random dishes started appearing - some of which had been ordered and some of which hadn't! Some looked quite tasty and, as the waiter was completely out of control (and probably out of it as well) we took those which we ...
... turned into instant pasta back at the apartment. Not what we had planned but it was still a really nice evening…finished off with some white frosted alfajores – Christmas Alfajores!
We were both feeling quite sad that our traveling adventures were coming to an end but also really happy that we were going home to see our family and friends after having been away for so long – Australia we’ll be seeing you again soon ...