Esplendor Palermo Soho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
... they´re arguing all the time even when they´re not!) and they use alot of gesticulation. He talked about football which is very close to most Argentians heart and the forthcoming game between Boca Juniors and River Plate (massive rivals, both teams from Buenos Aires, River Plate won and played a Columbian Club Atletico Nacional in the first leg of the final last night - 2nd leg 10 December. We'll still be in Argentina for that one). (Further update ...
This morning I went to meet Franzie to do a walking tour (Tom couldn't come as he had to get his glasses fixed). It became rainy soon after it started so we bailed out after 10 minutes or so. We went back to my hostel and I dropped off my bag and collected my coat and we walked to Florida St so Franzie could change money and we went to one of the 'Hannanah' chain coffee shops. We then walked up and down Florida and round the park at the end. In the evening I stayed at the hostel.
... to our time limit today, we couldn't go on one. Which sucked as it looked like a very interesting tour as it is home to the elite, famous and i famous individuals (mostly politicians I believe) of Argentina. Afterwards we got back on the hop on hop off bus, determine to get to La Boca next because I really wanted to get another wristband. 10 mins in, we realised La Boca was another 50 mins of bus riding away. Not having the time for that we got off ...
... in the world. It used to be an opera theatre, very grand with ornate furnishings. Red velvet curtains up front reveal a cafe on what used to be the stage. The ceilings are painted like Michaelangelo's work at the Sistine Chapel. All collections were in Spanish (except for very few fiction). Otherwise, I could have easily spent half a day there. I ended up just buying postcards, which I later realised, were double ...