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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel day again but had a sleep in start which was good. Out plane was delayed by 50 mins. Arrived at Buenos Aires, transferred to Hotel, found a restaurant for dinner( no one in it which is not a good sign but think 8:00 was too early for the locals to eat because people started to come in as we left) and off to ...
... side of the road. She started by tellin us about some of the artwork around and the difference between graffiti, tagging, pieces, stencils and street art.
There is a huge legal difference between what happens in Argentina and what happens around the rest of the world. It is not legal to graffiti, but if you ask the governments permission to draw on a wall, 8 out of 10 times they will grant it to you. There is also a ...
... with 54% of the vote. We spend a few minutes walking down the avenues, looking into crypts (yes, I admit it, it’s kind of creepy), taking pictures of the ones that garner our attention. It starts to rain again so we head for the coach. Just in time—the rain pounds the coach just as the last person boards. Whew. We continue our drive heading to the symbol of Buenos Aires: The Obelisk. On the way, Valeria tells us more about the people and ...
... 8211; sort of. At least they had the confidence to work through the jungle, cross a couple of very dodgy channels and we pop out again on the shore and can see the jetty in the distance. Hot, scratched and insect bitten, not quite what we envisaged but at least the parilla lunch was well and truly worked off ! The ferry trip back was again lovely, and we do recommend Tigre, maybe just not to wander off into the jungle on the islands !! Stay lazy and sit on the ...
... was too bumpy for my liking but we arrived at Aeroparque (the domestic airport in Buenos Aires city) in one piece.
We gathered our things, organised a remise (fixed price taxi) to take us to our Airbnb apartment in Palermo where the owner was waiting for us. Florencia, the owner, actually sent her husband as they had a parent/teacher party or something so, in other words, he was running late because of us but very polite about it. He gave us the introduction to ...