Elevage Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... such as minimum petrol/diesel in the tank, working hand brake, no gas cylinders etc.
We waved goodbye to Arthur and went off to have a coffee. The first hurdle successfully taken.
On one of the many ship tracking websites Peter saw the Grande Africa set of and a few days later we received the Bill of Lading from our shipping agent, so Arthur was on board. Our Uruguay agent Fabian was now able to send us details of other charges so hopefully we are all ...
I departed Ushuaia late this morning and left behind crazy wind and 9 degrees. I landed in Buenos Aires just shy of 3.5 hours and welcomed much warmer temperatures here…..I love 28 Degrees!
My flight was uneventful and my luggage arrived quickly off the carousel. I jumped in a private car service which only cost about $15 Cdn. There are some horror stories about taxi drivers taking advantage of tourists with fake bills and switcheroo of the money - ...
... the go ever since. It turns out Palermo (the area in which I'm staying) is the Dalston of Argentina. Kudos Jason. There are loads of cool bars, boutiquey shops and artisanal eateries, situated on tree-lined/cobbled streets. Boom! By the time I got back to the hostel, the other guys in my dorm had finished sleeping off their Saturday nights, so we cracked open some (Argentine) beers, and my life as a backpacker truly ...
... to be in a race... Down the the middle of lanes, coming within cm's of each other. Some very close calls! Funny to witness people driving on the right with steering wheels on the left. Kept looking to my left to see who was driving only to find empty passenger seats. Weird. We made it safely to the embassy and exchanged a signed flag and had a light morning ...
... we got ourselves over to La Cuartito for some equally fabulous onion pizza! Monday was Lisa's day and we headed over to the Teatro Colon for a backstage tour. The theatre is incredible (bit blingy in places) but truly impressive with a dramatic history resembling the tragic opera's performed on the main stage! Apparently the acoustics make it one of the best theatres in the world so we booked tickets for the next night to fully experience it. In the evening, we went to a ...