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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... in a ditch and we caught a bus home. The company lost a few bikes that day. A girl in our hostel went to the same bike company the next day where the owner complained about us.. "Bad Australians.. It's always them."
In Mendoza I met a Colombian who was heading to a city south called San Rafael that had some beautiful Lakes nearby so I left Will and headed down there for a few days with her. Definitely worth the trip and off the path a bit. Argentinians are nice ...
... to miss the bombs of ****.
We did a big walk from our Palermo to Santa Fe and down to Recoleta cemetary which was really cool. Evita (Eva Peron is buried here) along with many other aristocrats. We spent about 90 minutes here wandering the strange and amazing tombs. We then sat in the park watching some dog owners and their Jack Russel's and Pugs play. We then started the seemingly short hike to Puerto Madero which ...
... dinner hour, we discovered the wait would be two hours! No way could we wait until 2300 for dinner. We left and stopped at a small corner restaurant and ordered Cuban rice (fried eggs, ham and bananas over rice) to take home. Sitting in the apartment with our view and a bottle of Malbec, it was a betterl meal than a steak dinner, tired as we were by then.
Tonight we took a taxi (USD $ 3 for a ten-minute ride) to ...
... tombs and maze-like paths. We managed to find Evita's family crypt, along with those of Argentine military heroes Sarmiento and Guido. We then took a taxi to the colourful neighbourhood of La Boca, which is very dangeous for tourists other than the main strip of shops, restaurants and street performances. An interesting experience, but not as genuine a look into the city's poorer neighbourhoods as the Brazilian favelas (slums) were, given that it appears to have been given the ...
... a sort of theatre place. We had an hour lesson which was pretty hilarious and awkward at first! Especially when this aussie guy picked me to demonstrate the first few moves in front of the class! There were a load of old local women watching and a few taking part. The ratio of men to women was uneven so the blokes had to dance with some of the oldies. After we had a really nice 4 course meal with everyone then watched the tango show with 3 couples which was ...