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Had the usual delay through customs and immigration, but the hotel transfer was waiting when we got out.
Checked into the hotel then went for a walk to have some lunch.
After lunch we went to the Recoleta Cemetery. Not my usual type of haunt, but a truly amazing place. No simple graves - just a small suburb full of family …
... at 9.1. My local friend Laura has an "arbolito" she trusts to make the deal. Arbolito means “little tree,” someone who stands planted for hours in one spot, offering wads of pesos in exchange for greenbacks. They are everywhere. Our guy worked the front of a luggage store on the 9 de Julio Avenue. With a subtle head tick, we passed fake Samsonites to the back of the narrow store and into a small office. ...
... we went to a tango lesson/show which was great fun. Much to my surprise I am quite the talented tango dancer, gutted I skipped the salsa lesson. Next stop strictly! Thankfully after said workout, we were rewarded with a delicious three course meal. Another cow carcus under my belt. Happily this meal also included an open bar-yeaaah buddy- so needless to say the evening frivolities escalated. Entertainment as we feasted consisted of several ...
... too many and think I have summarised them enough in the main body will just go over the ones that cost something. Museuo Bella Artes: 10 pesos per person surprisingly that was it. I am shocked.......everything else was free oh wait a minute Tango Porteno: a bit touristy but a good evening out and the show is pretty good. We just turned up an hour before and had no problems getting tickets Cost: 225 pesos per person (show only) Carmen: obviously worth checking out if there is ...
... stone streets and hundreds of restaurants, cafes, bars, independent clothes stores and weekend street markets. A little touristy but very comfortable place to hang out. We spent a few days exploring the area while Jade managed to contain herself to a minimal shopping spend.
On our first days we tried our hand at catching the local buses and made our way to the historical neighborhood of Recoleta visiting the Recoleta cemetery (made ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center