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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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... accommodation, transportation and denero. As long as I have somewhere to stay, a way to get there and a plan A - C method for paying for things, I'm right as rain. In this case, I had already contacted Hostel Estoril and asked them if I could store my luggage in their hostel for the 12 hours I planned to wander around Buenos Aires. As I had already made a booking with them for the following Sunday (after I returned from Santiago del Estero), they agreed this service ...
... for 2 days with next to no sleep but awake enough to go dancing, tango on and off axis! So, young man comes up with the special key, asks if I've read the instructions for use, this time no shivering noted, and seems relieved to close the door gently behind him. Strip! Shower, such a luxury. Deodorant, perfume, and Dress, something for the warm, mugginess outside. Money, iPhone, texting Lydia, out the door with large room key, elevator with double doors all mine -- ...
Landing in BA when it’s already dark and from the window I could see the dimensions of this capital. What a city! Taxi for "Buenos Arts" hostel and …first surprise: endless staircases without elevator. Once at the reception asking of there is Wi-Fi: “sorry not working since we are changing provider”. Ok, at least I have my private room right? “yes but the one with private bathroom is not available anymore so we have only the ...
Today we flew back to Buenos Aires and had some time to explore the city. We wandered through the Recoleta area and enjoyed seeing all the fancy shops.
That night we had our final dinner with the tour group. What a great group they have been. We all got along really well. Many of them had traveled extensively and had great stories to share. What an inspiration for us to keep up our ...
So, Wednesday dawned cloudy but the forecast was for some sun. Regrettably this never materialised! We screwed in our walking legs and set off on a tour of interesting city sights. First off, we made our way to Cafe Tortoni, the oldest coffee shop in BA. Amid columns and Art Deco we got our caffeine intake - or, in Lin's case, her decaf intake! Refreshed, we set off for the local cemetery. No, really! Situated in Recoleta district is this amazing site. It was established in the ...