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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the left of the airport photo) met us at the airport and drove us to our apartment. Upon arrival we had our first travel hiccup (and a small one, at that). Our promise of early check-in could not be met. The apartment cleaning was underway and would take several hours. Damn, it's nice to have relatives in a foreign port of call; one of our nieces gave us the run of her house, where we, can you guess, dozed a bit. She also provided ...
... day. The area is quite notorious for its hard core fans and there are parts of the area where it is unwise for tourists to enter. I returned to the centre via defensa where a colourful street market was in full swing selling artisan made goods, souvenirs and food. There were street performers and the whole area had a very bohemian feel to it. Some of the girls managed to get into the football using their charms but I watched the game in a cafe with a splendid ...
... been replaced by period pieces. After grabbing a seat and ordering a beer I started to read their placemat that identified this bar as a Notable Bar. It seems that the city of Buenos Aires has identified a number of Cafes and Bars as city treasures because of their cultural history, longevity or other special attributes like atmosphere. El Federal was a great place and we decided there and then that we were going to explore ...
... t working on my ipad so we will go to print the ticket later. We had 22 pesos left from the money we borrowed from Hernan as the currency exchange (Cambio) is closed on weekends. We found out later it's opens till 2pm on Saturday and closed on Sunday. We brought our bag of laundry to the Chinese family running the launderette across the street. Greeted the uncle with a nice "Ni Hao" and he seems a little surprised. Maybe not that many Chinese in this district. We were walking ...
... against the government as the government were not acknowledging them as soldiers of war. The guide said these protests had been going on for years and the government care very little about them. We also rode to La Boca which is the area where most ships docked for imports and exports many years ago. The buildings are very colourful and where the sailers used to go to 'meet' women.