Elevage Buenos Aires Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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In the run up to 25th December we were feeling rather 'Christmassy' as we had been in the Patagonia region of both Argentina and Chile, where the weather was cold, with snow-capped mountains in the background of almost every photo (as you may have noticed!). However, since coming to Buenos Aires, the temperature has risen to a very pleasant 30C and we've had a clear blue sky most days. Whilst the heat is certainly ...
... hostel was really nice, and since I was the only person staying at the hostel, and it was closing down for Christmas tonight, he let me stay and use the room all day, until 8pm tonight. He called me a taxi at 8pm, then got to the Manuel Tienda Leon shuttle company for 8:30pm when my bus left, and I arrived at the airport for 9:30pm. I was really early, considering my plane isn’t leaving until ...
... season (imagine Man U sacking Fergie), so we were a bit concerned about the notoriously crazy fans and the likelihood of them winning...There was a lovely Aussie couple coming along to the match and a few others and we were super excited having spent a little more than our budget allowed on good seats. The bus journey over to the Boca neighbourhood was mental - traffic and people in blue and yellow everywhere! Only members of Boca Juniors can get into the stadium (no away ...
... couldn't disagree with the Wardian following our visit. My quest for Boca Juniors tickets becomes a frustrating one when I learn of the sales system they have in place. No one is allowed in the stadium without a Boca Juniors membership card since 2011 when some of their fans won a court ruling against the club regarding tourists taking club members seats. There is now only one official outlet for tourist tickets and guess what, they hike the prices ...
... for most of them. Most sales people took pity and at least went through the motions with me but one store refused to even acknowledge my presence. It's ok though, Emily and Debbie were outside so they didn't witness the affront to my manhood. At most of the stores, Debbie and Emily were waiting outside in the rain - their choice. After looking at a lot of things but not finding anything to buy we stopped for lunch at a nice, bright ...