C'Chic Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... We took the famous tren de la costa which runs along the coast and what we saw was mostly trees, great view! One of the main points of tigre is the military museum and it's devotion to the Falklands (Malvinas over here) war. They still call the islands Malvinas as they think it's theirs. Tomorrow I'm going all the way to another country, Uruguay (1 hour on the ...
... even managed to get us a discounted price. For 75 US dollars each, instead of the advertised $100, we would get transfers, a 3 course dinner with wine, and drinks during the tango show which would last for about 1.5 hours. The catch was it had to be paid in cash, but we fortunately had some spare.
The pickup arrived promptly at 7:30pm and we were a bit taken aback by Argentinian family seated in front of us - they were dressed up like they might be going ...
... being robbed on a bike tour had made the news, so I’d been told not to bring my camera. We went back another day to take some photos, and spent a bit more time there getting photos taken with a Maradona imitator, watching the tango dancers on the street, and visiting the very weird wax museum. Boca is home to the Boca Juniors football club, one side of the huge football rivalry in the city (more of that later).
After Boca we moved onto San Telmo, the ...
... to a couple of people till some dude poked his head in the convo and started yelling at me. Tom was saying hit him Andrew, hit him. And just as I was about to do my famous one two into his throat, he said "where are you from?" And I said "Australia" and then he walked off. I was like "yeah what". All of us smashed it on the dance floor once again. I didn't know Tom could move let alone crip walk. Another awesome night. Got back in time for breakfast. It's good that we got something ...
... traffic cleared up and we were on our way unimpeded. I have to admit I was a bit disappointed because this guy could drive. We arrived at the San Telmo antiques fair and wow, it is seriously big. It runs from about 11am to about 6pm Sundays, and you could spend all of that time there and not see all of it. Not only are there vendors filling the streets but there are tons of antique shops in most of the storefronts along the way. We browsed for a bit and ...