Gran Hotel de la Paix
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... to sew bits of cotton onto your clothes to
identify who’s are who’s. I am still unpicking bits even now, though my red
fleece challenged me – the white cotton on the zip tab was actually a logo I
discovered when it wouldn’t unpick!
Thankfully the Vanish I gave them to add to the whites did
the trick, as the city is very polluted, plus all the dust from the building
site next door, and the fluffy white towels were looking decidedly grubby.
... 17 hours on a bus, the reason behind option 2 it’s to have one more night in BA!!!
Thanks Ej Viajero, what a great stay! Taxi to the airport. Standard chat with the taxi driver on football (not it’s classic) to discover that their local football hero is not Enzo Francescoli but Obdulio Jacinto Muiņos Varela (ahah, I love to write the whole name cause he wrote it for me!!!), the captain of the team who won the World Cup in Brazil in 1950. And they ...
... not appreciate the many stalls of brains and tongues and entrails and the accompanying scent. Overall, my opinion and memory of San Telmo is one of nausea.
Monday night we did something we rarely do on a holiday: we went to a tourist show. Our internet travel package included a tango show with dinner, which normally we flee from in terror since they are populated with 80-year-old tourists wearing knee-high black ...
... Good lunch in the cafe there and Judith being on holiday was keen to embrace the lunchtime drinking. Walked down to MALPA the modern art gallery afterwards, an interesting mix of stuff and then taxi to our new place, Circus Hostel in San Telmo. It was nice and meant after a few days in Palermo we got to explore another part of town. Thursday after an admin morning booking travel and hostels we headed to very good veggie restaurant recommended by Time Out (definitely ...
... thought that I was a bit of an enigma at the hostel- checking in at 6am for a couple of hours sleep before glamming it up and disappearing for a good 18 hours or so, rocking back tipsy at 2am!!
The next day was spent doing what any self-respecting tourist would in BA- going on a massive hike all around the city dancing along to the Evita soundtrack on my iPod!! It was such great fun (I might still have been a bit ...