Esplendor Palermo Soho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today I found Palermo soho. Marcos lives in Palermo an upper class part of town. It's beautiful, trendy and expensive. Everybody seems to have expensive dogs and cars. It was also the first day i took my handbag with me as Marcos assured me it was safe! I pottered around the markets, I wanted to buy clothing but I couldn't figure out Argentinian …
... about the president, the government or the parlous state of the Argentine economy. And let’s face it he probably has more reason to do so than any black cab driver has to whinge about the mess our beloved coalition has got us into. So taken were we with him that we have booked him to pick us up at Buenos Aires City Airport (aka the Aeroparque) on our return from Uruguay in a week’s time. Thankfully the city airport is but a hop skip ...
... area, to what would be my home for the next week. A stones throw from Ave. 9 De Julio/or the 2nd biggest Avenue in the world at 140m wide, I had the dubious honor of crossing it 3 times in 15 mins looking for my hostel, where once I'd made it, I was out for a look around the Palermo area, with a bit of Welly/Melbourne about it it was enjoyed.
After a quick kip and getting my greenbacks changed in a shady black market kiosk at 2 times the official ...
... ourselves laughing. Not sure why, maybe cause I almost died or because of my brilliant side steps. Checked in at El Viajero. Pretty cool hostel. Right in the centre of down. Good size main area in the hostel. Not too big where everyone spreads out and keeps to themselves. And not too small where you have to stay in your room the whole time. Awesome place to mingle with other travellers, chill at the bar and play pool. Still enough room to do your own thing. Day ...
... Emily started babbling and being loud in general because she was ready for a nap. She could be heard throughout the museum, her little voice echoing throughout the building which was rather small, so we took her outside and she fell asleep. We then returned to enjoy looking at some old Argentinian stuff. Most interesting to me were the old guns and their construction, all hand-made. I'm sure they were not the pinnacle ...