- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... the market in Defensa on Sunday. Buenos Aires has it all, full of surprises. On our way to dinner on Saturday night we heard the sound of a trumpet and then someone singing - turned out it was some people in an apartment above the street. Our guide said it was Mexican music and we stopped to listen for a few minutes. Today at the markets a band played on one the street corners. I wish we had more time to explore this amazing city some more. ...
... into dollars to protect the value, this quickly lead to there being no more dollars in the countries reserves. The Peso is still unstable and these cambio money changers are the answer for both tourists and locals alike to benefit. We thankfully had changed the majority of our dollars in El Calafate in a ski shop that offered the blue rate and in Puerto Madryn where we were taken into a back room of s strange glazier shop. Both of these exchanges ...
... street, we have not seen many North Americans in Argentina. Mind you, it was past the peak of the holiday season which is December to the end of February. Hernan mentioned to us that many Argentines are counting the days until Christina steps down as President. However, he also mentioned that many people still support her. Tomorrow we leave the hotel at 9 am for our 12 noon flight to Panama City on Copa airlines. We are looking forward to returning to ...
... Porteņos are really polite about cultural shows. At both the Chinese New Year and the murgas, everyone was enjoying themselves and even singing along, but virtually no one was talking during the performances (which were very informal; these are happening in the middle of the street at 11 or 12 at night) and clapped politely at the end of each song, like they just watched Tiger Woods birdie the 5th hole or something. I am used to ...
... ornaments. Other south Americans recognize Argentinians nowadays by their accent, and Italian like mannerism, they are also said to be a little arrogant.
We explored a local craft market nearby the cemetery and as it started raining we went to a modern art museum and literally killed a few hours there.
Sunday 14th December
The hostel we are staying in is great, in fact it won some awards, apparently 2nd best in South ...