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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Napoleon Buenos Aires
This is an inexpensive but comfortable hotel in the center of Buenos Aires. It had everything we needed at a price we could afford.
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... and pride went in the way trying to get on this flight and not pay any extra. I also had a dilemma as I had a connecting flight at 10:30am the next day from sao Paulo to Cuiaba but the price they wanted was Ludacris (no I wont say how much but do the math during a world cup month in a country that is trying to capitalize as much as possible hard working people – anyway I guess they can do it and people are willing to pay). So I walked away ...
... talking to a girl at our hostel who had done one a few days ago we signed up for the same trip. We got picked up a 8am and started heading towards the mountains, stopping first at a beautiful lake, then on to a fresh stream with an ancient Incan bridge and views of the Andes in the background. Once we actually got to our destination we set off on an easy walk towards Acongau, the highest. Outta in in the Andes at a little under 7000m tall. The scenery ...
... at the dollar blue rate which was excellent! Fae sent some extra funds over for us to pick up and went on a shopping spree all over the city over several days getting new clothes ready for our move to England.
We went to see the local football game Boca Jrs, however when we got to the stadium we were told that the game was closed to the entire public due to some problems with the crowd in the ...
... but we were just happy that we didn't feel like we were cheating death (i.e. the trip to Juliaca).
The border crossing however…well let’s just say that we would have been a lot better off going through on our own without being a part of this particular bus group. At first we were quite happy that we were with a good and organised bus company who knew that the border wasn’t letting through Bolivian buses and they had ...
... the shops and wandering into the arcades before window shopping at the glamorous Galleria Pacifico. Cooling down with an iced coffee we continued until we reached Plaza San Martin.
From here we tested the subway system 'subte' which transported us into the trendy neighbourhood of Palermo. Known as the food and wine hot spot of Buenos Aires we went in search of a decent place to sit. Being way too early for dinner service - it was only 5pm - and South ...