Broadway Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBroadway Hotel & Suites Buenos Aires
The Broadway Hotel is in a great location close to the micro central, easy walk to San Telmo, Palermo and Puerto Madero districts. Beds were comfortable, room was kept very clean. Room was somewhat small but there was a mini fridge and a safe. The building has a nice pool on the roof, grocery store across the road, coffee/pastry shop next door and good security. Several of the desk people spoke very good English.
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... earlier in the trip, the one of me squatting to show how freaking low to the ground the bench in the buenos aires botanical gardens is, and another of me and Paul drinking water out of yogurt-like cups on the bus before arriving in Brazil. But the fishermen and sunset pics are killer, so check them out! I can't believe I went to Brazil and put my feet in Brazilian beaches and ate Brazilian food and saw sexy Brazilian people. Unfortunately, no Brazilian kisses. Maybe next time though ...
... and then work my way up to Rio. This is a popular travel route. But when I was in a Hostal in BA I got speaking to a Brazilian fella who was from a city well up north and showed me a couple of pictures of the area. I made a decision and booked a flight to the very North of Brazil from BA and head south from there. My flight was leaving in a week, so I decided to head back to Rosario and stay with Anto again. I was looking forward to just relaxing and not moving all the time. ...
... the celebrations of the Argentina Centennial of 1910. It was inaugurated on February 12, 1914, an anniversary of
the Battle of Chacabuco.
After returning we walked around the many stalls set up around Plaza Independencia, and then headed back to our apartment. For dinner we took a taxi to Anna Bistro, where we had dinner in their garden. We had a fabulous meal of six different cheeses and meats. The cost of the dinner with drinks, and tip was less ...
... dancing was excellent. It showed how Tango changed through history, how it became really popular when it spread to the working class slums where many immigrants lived. It finished with showing the more modern tango where the feet and legs move so quickly. The musicians were also excellent, clearly loving what they were doing.
The next morning we joined up with a Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires. Our guide Gaston was a young guy who with about ...
... good and we got to see the tomb of Evita. I reluctantly agreed to a Tango show and lessons with Anna and some Irish friends we met......although in hindsight I have to admit it was actually quite good. We also visited Boca which was cool however I massively regret not going to a game.
All in all, BA is amazing and a must visit city for everyone. Sorry for the not so good pictures, I mainly used my mobile phone this time.
Next up Uruguay.