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... a WIN for Uncle Eric!
I’m hanging out at the airport now and it’s very quiet. All the shops are shut, and it looks like there are only a few flights leaving from Buenos Aires airport tonight. The good thing is that my flight is still on time though, so at least I don’t have to worry about that. I just want this night to fly by so I can just wake up and be in Bogota. Fingers ...
... Walking tour in the morning . We visted the theatre, palace, monument to Falklands dead and churches. Recoletta cemetery in the afternoon where Eva Peron lies and beside it the old Jezuut cnurch and museum. For late lunch, empanadas lunch at restaurant San Juanito, yummo.Saturday August 30th Buenos Aires.we walked miles and miles along the waterfront area called Madera , renovated and trendy wharf warehouse development. Excellent dinner at Des nivel with massive ...
4. Buses and couches are fine places to sleep. When you have hours between hostel check out and your bus, you get ok with sleeping in places that you wouldn't normally. Same goes for when you opt for the overnight bus and have no other option. It's not as weird as it sounds.
5. Be more than a tourist. Touristy stuff is fun and all, but it's always worth the experience to meet natives and ...
... meaning get the **** out of here. Shocked I continued searching for a
hostel. At Tango Hostel at 747 Chacabuco street (yes I know it's a funny name) I encountered Cicilea, the lovely owner who warmly welcomed me with and a large smile. During the day, seeing I had the whole day to do nothing but buy my bus ticket to Santiago, my last destination in the continent. I set of together with Torren my American friend I met at the hostel back to the Retiro bus ...
... one, as there wasn’t anywhere to buy one inside.
Number 7: Day trip to La Cumbrecita and Villa General Belgrano
There are lots of interesting places to see beyond the city limits, but I only took one excursion – a 10-hour trip in a minibus, booked with Códroba Nativo Viajes, costing 190 pesos (£30/U$D47) to a hillside town called La Cumbrecita. I was rather intrigued after reading that this ...