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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A typical Argentine breakfast buffet greeted the class this morning to give us the energy to tour the city. We loaded up into our two buses and began a guided tour. It began in Recoleta near the Floralis Generica and the law school. Education in Argentina is free for all residents unless you want to continue on for degrees beyond the BA. We drove …
To prepare for the exciting week ahead, I allowed myself to sleep in this morning. Fortunately it was fairly easy to do, especially once that bright streetlight outside my hostel window turned off. Once up, I grabbed a simple breakfast of croissants from the hostel kitchen. A fellow traveler started chatting with me thanks to my Iowa State T-shirt …
... and it's brand new crisp 100 bills. They are pretty, purple and orange.
We brought the tablet to the coffee shop but [jaw drops] they don't have wifi. well ****.
We go back to the apartment and the internet is kind of working. I get some emails. Oh he did email us at 9:24am! 12.8 rate and how's 3pm? Sure thing.
Hungry we go out without a plan. We wander with us one hundred dollar bill. The idea is that they'll either ...
... simply notice more of the street art around town; every time I pass real art, I want to whip out my camera.
Lastly, two new friends and I happened to wander by an outdoor photo exhibit one day. There were really lovely portraits of different people printed on photos, and a sign that read (in Spanish), “If you see a photo you like, take it.” What a cool idea. ...
... for ten years to become a walking guide. Buenos Aires is an amazing city with many Portuguese, French and Spanish influences. I would highly recommend spending some time here. Highlights of the walking tour include: -The Argentinian legislative building/congress. The main doors of the building open only one to two times per year for the president -A very old building designed after Dante's Inferno that was eventually supposed to house his remains (though ...