C'Chic Hotel Boutique
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Telmo which had beautiful colonial architecture and cobbled streets a little like Santa Teresa in Rio. San telmo had lots of bars and restaurants and a cool vibe, the first night there we went to a bar that we read about called the Gibraltar. The Gibraltar was an English style pub but filled with locals who we challenged to a game of pool. The Argentinean rules were a ...
... staying there for long. We got back and had a quick change and then went out for dinner in a restaurant I had been dying to go to called La Cabrera. It is famous for amazing steak and wine at cheap prices. So Melissa, Martin and I went there about 8 ish. We got a table outside and we had really nice evening eating loads and loads. The food was amazing and I was so glad that I had managed to fit it in to my BA experience. If you go tot BA you need to eat here. We then went for ...
Today was " Mi mejor dia" my best day ...it was hot and I decided I wanted to go for a jog and long walk down to the port and to try and find the nature reserve. I walked down to Puerto Madero and then went for a jog around the gravel running paths as far as the nature reserve, then went for a brisk walk and run there until I stumbled upon a small turtle which has obviously recently hatched and escaped from its parents and the marsh area, so I put it back in ...
... I ended up chatting to then 3 of them till about 930 when Linda and Wendy decided to go out for dinner, which I tagged along too. I watched them eat steak, as we shared a bottle of Argentina wine and chatted about life. After dinner we walk home getting lost on the way, but I found out the second largest intersection is a couple blocks away from our hostel. We ran across it twice to see if we could get all the way across in one go, which we did both times. We got home ...
... turbulent history of the country. I must google the Peron's and maybe watch the Madonna flick Evita (Madonna got the role because she looks like her) to find out more about that period of Argentina's history. We saw some great sights and were instructed to look up to see the beautiful buildings but also look down as there is dog poo everywhere! When I say everywhere I mean everywhere. It's horrible. There are a million less dogs on the street here than Chile and yet 50 million ...