Castelar Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
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... soccer teams in Argentina. The rivalry is insane, even Buzzfeed knows it... http://www.buzzfeed.com/kicktv/why-boca -juniors-vs-river-plate-the-superclasic o-agyn I had to stop by the Boca Jr. stadium for a picture, where the infamous Diego Maradona played. It took me a bit and I had to stop for directions a couple of times since the roads start getting a little weird in that area but it was worth it. There was a huge park that I crossed through to get to ...
... quite a lot about Argentian history - Argentina certainly seemed like it has had a very turbulent past ....
We walked, took taxies here and there, saw the outside of the opera house and a lot of other historical buildings. Then we saw the area where the walls were painted. It was not a place the tourists go. Pablo took us there to enjoy the unique arts on the walls. Then we went to the "colored streets" - the "Boca" area. I really really enjoyed that area! I ...
... We grabbed a few bottles of wine and sat around drinking and talking until a band that was staying at the hostel arrived, then we all went to a club where they were playing. We were told they would start at 11 so we agreed to go, really not wanting to pull an all brighter against. When we got there the start time just got later and later. I'm getting far to old to be out this late every other day. The music was pretty **** really. The keyboard was far too loud and you couldn't ...
... actually 77 Argentine Peso, just 7 US$!! While I ate dinner alfresco and started to unwind I was eaten alive by mosquitos! I headed back to my apartment, stopping at the supermarket to buy some fruit for breakfast and retired for the night. I laid wide awake until 5am listening to the huge thunder storms, my body was still on Sydney time!
I finally pulled myself out of bed around lunchtime, more to chase my missing luggage that because I was ...
... t like these very busy neighbourhoods - he doesn't understand how him mom loves living down there.
We went into the Buenos Aires Cathedral first, the cathedral the new pope came from. The building is spectacular - it didn't strike me as very "church like" from the outside, but the inside is amazing. The pews are simple wood, and much fewer than I would have expected. The detailing is gorgeous - the carvings, stained glass windows, marble work and ...