Castelar Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to hail one for me and had a sort of conversation in Spanish with the taxi driver. The taxi driver waited until I was inside my hostel before leaving, so sweet. So far every Argentinan I have come into contact with has been lovely and helpful - a great start! The next day I was sat in a cafe when I spotted a guy sat a couple of tables away, sat on his own reading a lonely planet guide meant he was definitely a fellow traveller - we got chatting and he joined me for dinner. A major ...
Our 10 hr. flight left Toronto at midnight and arrived in Santiago at noon local time (S America is 2 hrs ahead of EST). The Service Director on the flight was Kim. who was L's instructor on her initial training with AC 28 years ago - and here she is using her long-service pass - nice.
We were able to get a few winks while reclining in the exec class 'pods', but neither of us sleep well on the aircraft. We had to de-plane at ...
... The waitress came over and asked if everything was alright, if he wanted a sick bowl or anything (as you do), right before he woke up demanding to know what we were doing and who the hell ordered him a steak. After quite a drunken outburst about not wanting any kind of steak, he was sound asleep again. And of course as soon as the steak came, the head was up and the nose was sniffing and the steak was gone in seconds. Although we missed out on the club, I think the steak story ...
... laughing. Not sure why, maybe cause I almost died or because of my brilliant side steps. Checked in at El Viajero. Pretty cool hostel. Right in the centre of down. Good size main area in the hostel. Not too big where everyone spreads out and keeps to themselves. And not too small where you have to stay in your room the whole time. Awesome place to mingle with other travellers, chill at the bar and play pool. Still enough room to do your own thing. Day 39- Went ...
... band (called Dancing Mood). It was located in an old warehouse and was filled with locals. It was an incredibly cool vibe and a completely different way to see jazz music; with young people dancing, jumping around, and generally going crazy. The beers were super cheap and everyone was dancing so you can say we had a great introduction to Buenos Aires. Our second day we spent walking the streets of Palermo, aka the Soho of Buenos Aires. This is one of the ...