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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Aires and he suggested Gijon. This is a small traditional Spanish restaurant located in the Monserrat section of the city. This area is truly blue collared and very traditional as well as being a bit shabby. Again we knew that we would love it from the moment we arrived with Daniel on a Saturday afternoon. Small, loud, packed ( we had to wait for a table) old and cool without any effort of being so. The usual suspect are available ...
... so in love with the city was because it so closely resembles one I already had great affection for. I spent entire days in coffee shops on sunny plazas reading and making notes, perused the numerous antiquarian book stores, watched an elderly couple dance the tango in a square one Sunday afternoon and admired the work of Latin American artists in arguably the finest galleries South America had to offer. Buenos Aires was, by all accounts, the beating ...
... although this also ties in with the strange hours they keep here and clubs dont open until 2am....this means its not uncommon to have a power nap before heading out to the nightclubs!) and visited all the different areas of Buenos Aires staying for a couple of nights at hostels in each of the main areas.
I spent a lot of the first week staying with Tatiana and her lovely family which gave me a good chance to experience the Argentinian culture. I spent the first ...
... due to the wind so we went to Westpoint Island instead. We walked two kilometers uphill and into a blowing gale to an area called Devil's Nose. This is home to several thousand black browed albatross and several hundred rockhopper penguins. They are amazing to watch. The chicks are so funny and demanding when feeding from their parents. They will pester for more food even when the adult clamps it's beak firmly shut and shakes it's head. They ...
... s amazing how large Buenos Aires is, and how different the Capital and the other provinces are. I had my own tour guide, a friend I met on my travels. It was cool to experience life like a real Argentinian.
For my last night, I had to do something touristy that I hadn't seen yet. A tango show. I found a place that does a lesson, a dinner, and then a show! It was located in an old theater ...