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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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We found the entire trip to be worthwhile and very enjoyable, and would recommend Buenos Aires, the Tucuman-Salta Region and Iguazu to anyone as a safe and pleasant place to travel. Here are a few notes about likes and dislikes:
Food and Service:
We were actually quite disappointed with the restaurant and food scene in all of Argentina. The service is generally inattentive and surly, similar to Northern Europe. The menu is exactly the same everywhere, ...
... Recoleta, I flagged down my first inner-city cab. I told the guy the wrong instructions (I fail at geography AND Spanish), but he pulled over to ask and looked at my map. I ended up getting to where I needed to be hassle free, and the driver asked me questions that I could answer. He was perfectly friendly, and if I could have spoken more Spanish, I'm sure the ride would have been even more entertaining. That's the cheerful part, ...
... lots of little mattresses with small wooden legs laid out on the floor in a rectangle shape. On each mattress the artist had painted a road map copied from various cities and towns in the world (a map-tress if you will, haha)...would you believe it on one mattress was Macclesfield (and the surrounding area)! We have photo evidence:) In another room there was a blank white canvas with a few very faint pencil lines on it, entitled 'invisible house plan' REALLY??? I got told off for ...
... on Sunday it was raining a lot, so it turned into a bit of a write off - but it was still nice to be somewhere semi-familiar! I'm in a neighbourhood called Palermo, which is definitely the nicest part of Buenos Aires. I literally haven't been into the centre this whole week. The days have been ultra chilled out, just visiting the last touristy areas I missed last time and exploring the neighbourhood (pretending I'm a local). I visited the Botanical Gardens, which ...
... the delta area. It is very quaint with lots of small cabins and summer homes along the shores apparently only reachable by boat. Quite a unique community.
We had dinner at a nice outdoor café and then found the roof top pool on our hotel to try to see the summer ...