Esplendor Palermo Soho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to take my chances anyway.
I told him what I wanted (in Spanglish) and he said he understood. He then asked if I liked blues music and I said sure. He went on his computer, found a youtube clip that was over an hour long, and put it on a screen that was right in front of my chair. This was the best idea I’d ever heard of. I’ve gotten so many haircuts in places where I don’t speak ...
... to first go ahead and exchange my dollars. She knew of someone a couple of blocks away that would give me a good rate. Once she sent me the address, I got out a map and was on my way. As I was walking the streets of downtown Buenos Aires I couldn't help to think how much like NYC this city looked like. EXACTLY alike. Only difference was that it was hot and humid. Anyways, as I finally exchanged my dollars at a rate of $1 USD = 13 Argentine peso... WOW! I thought to myself, why? As ...
... the first district of Buenos Aires so feels more Italian than Argentinian. We rode across to Costanera Sur (the south coast) where famous 24 hour food stalls serve sandwiches (yum) and then onto Puerto Madero (think Canary Wharf) and back to downtown. Every bike tour we've done has been great but this one ended with a free beer in the bike shop and a chat with some of the nicest people in BA so it wins! We ran back to our apartment to change and hotfoot it over to the Teatro ...
... a large knife pressed against my abdomen, I understand him just fine. The guy promptly helps himself to our iPhone and all the cash in my wallet. Like a true pro, the cheeky git even lifts my t-shirt to see if I'm wearing a money belt. He kindly chucks my wallet and cash cards back to the kerb though. At the police station, we encounter three other people who have all been 'robado' that morning, a way of life around here it seems. Karen and I ...
... we found the place. We had with us mostly $100 bills for which the rate was 11 pesos, for the few smaller denomination notes he gave us 11.8. The currency is very unstable here but for when we can pay in Pesos it really works in our favour. It's a bit of a mystery but we're getting the hang of it. Back on the bus we got a good view of the city & an understanding of the layout & different characters of each ...