Vi Luz y Entre Hostel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... paying the 25 pesos, I went back to my room and freshened up. I then got ready and did some research on the Vegan food options in Buenos Aires. Once I found an intriguing spot, I headed out to start my exploring!
I walked up Avenida 9 de Julio until I hit Avenida de Mayo. Then I walked down Avenida de Mayo and saw there was a celebration in front of Plaza de Mayo. I walked past the celebration and to the Casa de Gobierno. I spent some time taking pictures of ...
We arrived in Buenos Aires about 3:45 p.m. After a long immigration line up, we picked up our luggage and met the Holland American Rep who eventually got us to the shuttle which brought us to our hotel. Met another rep at the hotel who gave us more information so we should be ready for boarding ...
... off on Florida Street for 2 hours to wander about this long, modern pedestrian thoroughfare.
We found a cantina for drinks and free wifi and came upon David, one of our
American/Ecuadorian friends, having a beer there too. Did I mention that the
heat was excruciating?
We really enjoyed Buenos Aires and it made a wonderful
The next morning we disembarked and began out
long trek back ...
... you!') only to realise the couple behind us were German. Fortunately she saw the funny side! Went for dinner with Antonio at a much cheaper BBQ place, great news because he could tell us when we were being offered the best cuts of meat and when it was just filler. Fuelled by beer and caipirinhas, we basically designed what will surely be a multi-million dollar e-commerce idea for his future business plans. We'll be looking out for our commission on that in years to come! Rebecca ...
... around the corner from where we are staying. He works as a teacher of playwriting in a colorful graffiti covered half abandoned, half functioning metal factory, in which the once abandoned areas are now being utilized for a museum, for stage space by actors, etc. Then, several buses and trains later, picking up his sister Grace at her apartment along the way, we stopped along the river between BA and its northern suburb of Tigre to eat, browse, and chill at a weekly organic fair next ...