Apart Hotel & Spa Congreso
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mistni plati takovou prednabitou kartou, ale ta se neda nikde koupit, musis nekde na nejakem dopravnim urade vyplnit zadost. Tak jsme se brzy tohohle planu vzdali a sli jsme pesky. Cestou jsme videli doslova stovky lidi s transparenty, kteri se shromazdovali okolo Avenida 9 de Julio, coz je takova hlavni ulice prochazejici stredem BA. Zda se, ze se chystaji k nejakemu pochodu nebo protivladni demostraci. Rozhodli jsme se drzet se stranou, bylo nam receno, kdyby jsme ...
... in preparation
for tonight’s noise – World Cup Final, Argentina vs Germany. The locals were
already well oiled by lunchtime, drunkenly shouting, sounding horns, banging drums,
singing and stamping their feet. Once they lost it was only going to get worse
- funnily enough it was deathly quiet when the Germans got the winning goal but
went downhill later.
... streets, through neighborhoods we had not yet explored, would be fun anyway. We did find ourselves wandering through a garment district and passing through a heavily Jewish neighborhood filled with Jewish schools and synagogues, women walking with up to eight children in tow and men in their black hats looking important.
We got to spend time with our favorite BA friend, Grace Berlfein, meeting one afternoon for lunch at a wonderful vegetarian ...
... lesson! Rather than taking the easy organised tango-4-tourists option, we did a bit of research and discovered the culture of the "milonga". These afterwork social get-togethers happen all across the city, most days of the week and involve locals who love to tango. They vary in size and stature but many have tango lessons before the party kicks off (think school disco in the local dance hall, but typically for the older crowd and the ...
... new Pope. We popped in to have a look and it was full of local who kept crossing themselves and touching statues and praying! Felt we shouldn't have really been there. Next we walked to the The Casa Rosada the famous building where Eva Perón spoke on the balcony. Contrary to many stories, Eva Peron (Evita) never said, "Don't Cry for me Argentina", but she did stand by her husband Juan Peron during his speeches which were given from this balcony over ...