- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we stocked up on a few bits and pieces that we could use as snacks for the next few days. By the time we were back in the hostel it was time for our cooking and wine course to start. This course was lead by a girl that works in the reception of the hostel and it was also taking place in the hostel dinning area. It was such a nice experience as it was really chilled out and it was also a great bonding opportunity for us with Evś friends who I can now name (Laura, Rachel, Nicky, ...
... on the way to the bus stop we were distracted by the sounds of explosions going off. A first it was pretty scary as we didn't know what was happening but I noticed that none of the locals seemed to be blinking an eye at it. So we went to investigate! It turns out a protest was going on and they were drumming, parading, setting off fireworks and releasing green smoke! There was a policeman nearby so I asked him if it was dangerous and he said it ...
... checked we were confronted with two lines snaking their way to a bank of booths where each passenger was screened with an electronic thumbprint, photographed and his/her documents reviewed. The first problem was to determine which line was quicker. Does anyone make the correct choice? I don't think I did. While there were a lot of officials, there were also a lot of travelers. We spent nearly an hour working our way to the document ...
... the area of La Boca we headed for what we thought was the street, only to be warned by some locals, that we were in fact in the depths of the ghetto. We thought it was a weird area to have a colourful and touristy street! After this false start and with the help of the locals we headed the opposite direction and found the street. It was overrun with tourists but nonetheless a picturesque image and a different Buenos Aires than the one we had so far ...
... hazy like my pictures but was soothing and comforting with Pugliese tangos playing from the car speakers. Hotel Lyon, 3 stars with flags heralding the front overhang onto the street. Let in by night clerk, nice older middle-aged "gentleman" in uniform -- felt immediately safe with him despite some tales told. Younger "bell-boy" dogsbody of the night helped me take my bags up after filling out a registration sheet asking for not just my passport number and DOB but also ...