BA City Residencial
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... how our flight to Buenos Aires was going to go so we headed to the airport early. In the end - everything went fine with the luggage. They do require that all boxes have to be wrapped in this green, "safety" cellophane wrapping. We're not entirely sure why because we also saw some people whose carry-on suitcases were wrapped in it. Anyway, we just know we had to shell out another 240 pesos before we could check the wine. The experience at the airport was unlike ...
... since and whilst they received huge support in the beginning, they don’t anymore because they are viewed more like a political party and even ask for money to take a photo of them.
Another story was told about a group of grandmothers who were searching for their missing grandchildren. During the dictatorship, whole families were often arrested and the mothers and fathers tortured and killed. The children were then adopted or sold to other families. Free DNA testing ...
Another sunny morning so more washing done before heading
off shopping after a stroll through Palermo Hollywood – can’t see what all the fuss
is about, why it is the ”in” place to stay. Will check out some more next week
before writing it off totally!
At least it had less ****** streets and sealed bins on the
streets, including for recycling, so less of the grubby guys with their overladen
After coming back to my wonderful favela home at 7:30am and 3 hours of sleep, I started getting ready for my bus ride to Buenos Aires. Wearing my Germany jersey and walking through the streets of Morro Azul and Flamengo was simply amazing. Every second Brazilian on the street was smiling at me congratulated, no matter which age. They were all happy that Argentina did not win the World Cup on Brazilian soil in Maracana. Wearing the Germany jersey on the day after the final was ...
... From there we saw the stadium where Boca plays. As we all know, soccer is king here, and you're either Bocas or River (the other Argentinian team). The guide said that Coca-Cola even sells black colored cans and bottles in Bocas because red (the River colors) are so hated there!
From there we went to a couple of Parks (Parque Flora Nativa and Parque Lezama), which were beautiful and I couldn't put my ...