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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recommendation. Not a particularly nice neighbourhood, but El Obrero was cosy and packed with locals inside. Over swapping travelling stories, we all had steak and shared a few bottles of red wine before returning to the hostel which had turned into a nightclub. Party time! After a good lie in and free breakfast, we had enough time to squeeze in one more attraction before heading off to Iguazú. This "attraction" was a ...
* Joining the masses (about 200 people!) for the official 'Buenos Aires Pub Crawl' around the bars of San Telmo, with a finish at a club in Puerto Madero playing some questionable (rubbish) dance music.
* Fiesta-ing with 70,000 River Plate fans during a thrilling 3-2 victory over Racing Club. The Racing keeper missed a penalty in the 91st minute, the win lifted River to the top of the table. Estadio Monumental, venue of the 1978 World Cup Final, ...
... the 8.30pm one so had to wait for the 10.30pm show. As we waited we ordered some food. And after much pained thought, decided to buy the apple pie - which sadly wasn't very nice. But the cider and burger I ordered for dinner was superb! At 10 we headed down to the stage area. We lucked out and got a table front row. The show started off with a man singing - he had this great authentic voice. When finished, these scantily clad girls (looking somewhat like ...
... prospect. You really need to keep your wits about you. Odd, too, because there seem to be very few stray dogs in proportion to the amount of the brown sticky stuff. Keeping dogs in flats here must be more commonly accepted than back home.)
We had dinner in the highly-recommended ...
After a long flight, we had a bit of a sleep-in this morning. We were, however out on the street by 11am. Our first port of call was the hairdresser. Tom needed a haircut, so with directions in hand, we walked down the street, past the Galerias Pacifico, which is a beautiful shopping centre, up some stairs to visit a barber. Using the phrase book and lots of sign language, Tom was ready for the next stage of our day. We briefly stepped into ...