Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the street. So after talking to the one guy, his boss, and another guy who speaks English were able to tell him we have Chilean pesos and want american dollars and agree on an exchange rate. He says "ok my friends. Come to my office." We were a little freaked out at first, but wee were on a really street and the building was busy. So no need to be alarmed. But still quite the experience. After that we went and got tickets for the bus tour and hopped on. We even got a bottle of ...
... somewhere in a ‘transport office’. So we soon give up and decide to walk. On the way we see literally hundreds of people with banisters gathering on the Avenida 9 de Julio, which is a massive avenue going right through the centre.
It seems like they are getting ready for some sort of march or anti-government demonstration. We are keeping away from it, as we have been told not to join protests, they sometimes turn violent. However the next day we talked to ...
We knew we had entered the Rio
de la Plata when the blue waters of the Atlantic turned brown. Montevideo is at the mouth of this 220 km
wide estuary and Buenos Aires is located at the western end so it was a short
overnight voyage. The Uruguay and Parana rivers flow into this estuary and keep
the water “sweet”, as the guide called it, and not salty.
Our excursion into Buenos Aires
gave us a great ...
... s searing heat the one fingered salute as we settled in to our air conditioned cama suite in our bus for the 19hr journey to Buenos Aires.
Arriving in BA was a welcomed relief from the heat and frustrations of Iguazu, and we even managed to find an ATM that worked, though still with 1,000 pesos daily limits, i.e. cue USD withdrawals (Argentina have a favourable exchange rate for USD to peso J ). We soon checked in to our first floor hotel room in the ...
... running. Metro line A would get us to the Congressional Building for the daily 11 am free tour, but just our luck, after jogging from the metro stop in order to make it there in time, we learned that all tours for the day had been canceled due to numerous events apparently happening in the building. So, we changed course, google mapped the interactive science center in the neighborhood of Recoleta, and since it was only two kilometers away, we began walking. On the way, since ...