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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Pop 12 Million ... Third largest city in Latin America behind Mexico and São Paulo. Staying in the Recoleta area and heading out for a tour around this beautiful city :) 40% of BA residents are Italian descent! The bus winds through Palermo and there are beautiful apartments and these residents pay dog walkers to take their dogs walking and to the dog park .... They charge per dog and you see them with ...
Highlight of today was tour of the Opera House or Tetro Colon that was renovated in 2010. It is rated as number one in acoustics for opera in the world and number three for concerts. When they restored the seats they took out the old horsehair but found the acoustic level decreased, so they got new sanitized horsehair to replace it! Weather not good today big thunderstorms last night and sprinkling today Tomorrow we are taking excursion by boat to Montavedo ...
... home of creator, the Argentinian cartoonist Quino.
We followed the 'Walk' for a few more characters before we detoured to Pasaje San Lorenzo to see the narrowest house in the city. Back to the 'Walk', we followed it through the streets all the way to the Puerto Madero district. They had obviously given the route a lot of thought because the pedestrian crossing across Avenida Paseo Colon had red and green cartoon cats instead ...
... strange effects- one of which is that if you can pay in US$ cash, you get around 40% better value than paying in pesos on a credit card. Best bring tons of US dollars when you come to South America!
Because expensive items like cars and houses would have a significant price change every month, their prices are quoted in US$ and then quickly converted to pesos at ...
... anyone who wants to go to South America to learn the basic Spanish. First night went out with the hostel and met a few people which was handy because that meant i could choose who i wanted to travel with.
The next day went to play 5 aside in Palermo against people from Chile,Argentina and Australia, that was really a good experience as i had to use the underground for the first time. The under ground is really cheap ...