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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... we took a Remis to the La Boca neighborhood to see the famous Caminito area. Although it is very touristy, Caminito is fantastically colorful and bizarre, a bit similar to the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco The area was settled by poor immigrants from Genoa, Italy, who built it into a very colorful shanty-town. The Tango was supposedly invented here, and now the streets are packed with outdoor restaurants offering free street shows of tango music and dancing. ...
... You would not want to swim in this river. The boat tour concluded after an hour and we boarded the bus once again and drove directly back to BA where we were dropped off near El Obelisco (see photos) and walked the few remaining blocks back to our hotel. I think we were back to our hotel by mid-afternoon and we went for refreshments ( it had been 6 hours since we had anything to drink) and a light lunch, at the Florida Garden. After a rest at the hotel we ...
... who knows us that the kitchen is now equipped with all you could ever need to prepare meals of Michelin star standards, and that the hitherto barren G&T and chipples terrace is now furnished with a full set of patio furniture as well as small collection of fuchsia in some very fetching stoneware pots. Undoubtedly, original Inca stoneware.
Abelardo, the landlord gladly returned our entire deposit and such was the impression that we made ...
... eerie feeling walking around, especially as you could see the coffins on show inside their place of rest. Families owned their space in the cemetery, so many generations were laid to rest together. This was one of the more unique tourist attractions we had come across. We also visited a Japanese garden which was nice, an escape from the city life and we finished our day cycling to the many parks in Palermo. It was rollerblading heaven here, that was something we hadn't seen in ages!
... night so the place Hernan wanted to take us, is full. We end up eating in another restaurant which has seats outside. We had a big BBQ with different cuts of beef, chorizo and intestines. It was quite good although Hernan said the meat turn cold quite fast as it was getting chilly outside so it wasn't great. We were getting cold and tired so we went back straight after dinner. Argentinians eat pretty late, after dinner is already 11.30pm. Haha. A pretty rewarding ...