Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
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... public transport, which cost us A$ 4,5 each way. Subway, overland train, and walking. We arrived at the stadium 2 hours before the game. Hoping we could have a few beers at the stadium. Argentina does NOT serve alcohol in the stadium. At all. Whatever, we really didn't care. We made our way to our seats and took in the atmosphere. We were able to watch the stands as they filled up. We got to see the championship games highlights. We saw plenty of Argentinian ...
... popped into a mall and looked for a hat for mike. Somehow his baseball hat has disappeared between Puerto Natales and El Calafate. It's so hot and sunny here a hat is pretty much a must have. (Esp for a guy with no hair) but again, all the men here seem to have full heads of hair. And apparently no one wears baseball hats. The ones we have seen have been $75cad!! Outrageous! After seeing some coffee shops we decided to get coffees. The guy behind the till kept asking us questions ...
... on the road. We found a bus stop and waited with a lady. The bus came but wouldn't take passengers....UGH why.
Then we kept walking and tried another stop. Nothing came. fudge. wasting time. We walk Las Heras and it's got like 8 lanes of traffic and bounded by park to the north. But not much to look at. Then we walk through Palermo Soho. It's happening and there's well dressed people and dogs. Birkin looks like a happening coffee shop so ...
... time and do a bit of exercise. From this base, we also took a day trip to the famous La Boca district and San Telmo market as well as Colonia del Sacramento (see Uruguay). La Boca is probably best known for its football team, but it is also home to Caminito, a hive for tourists due to its brightly coloured buildings and unique statues on the balconies and roof tops of many of the buildings. Originally created from shipping containers ...
... plenty for dinner and we just settled in that first evening. The next morning we set out to explore the neighborhood, which was fabulous. San Isidro is a municipality in Greater Buenos Aires that is home to some of the most expensive properties in Latin America and ranks as Argentina’s most affluent neighborhood, in addition to Palermo. The eight or so block walk down to the little village was like walking through a park surrounded ...