562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lake in Bariloche. There was pizza. And beer. And the crowd was pleased.
Finally we headed to the airport, to the relief of all, especially Murray. After a two-hour wait (our carrier was Aerolineas Argentinas), finally: wheels up!
We all understood the situation was beyond Murray's control. He did a good job of making lemonade. But the crowd was restless and was not looking forward to a fourth night at Llao Llao, despite their warm hospitality. ...
... made me wonder why people live this city so much. So we caught up with our friend Roxanne (remember we met her in Montevideo) and did the morning free walking tour of Buenos Aires together. It was actually really good. The guide was pleasant and full of enthusiasm. He took us from the Teatro Colon (Columbus theatre) along ave 9 de Julio and into Plaza San Martin. Ave 9 de Julio is a massive avenue that runs through the middle of the city and Argentines claim it is the biggest road ...
... eventually I managed to check in.
When I boarded my flight I was happy to be moving on, what else could possibly go wrong?!
A week of challenges set to test me. My mood was already up and down thinking how soon my trip would be over, but I still had an amazing journey to complete and new adventures in South America to be excited about.
I felt my luck was changing when I managed to score a whole row of 3 seats to myself for the 13 ...
... therapy Quiet nice being in the heart of BA and having a roof top pool so a two hour siesta before dinner. Here dinner is usually 9.30 onwards to when I woke at 9 in a deck chair I had 30 minutes to chuck on some make up lol I enjoyed a nice dinner with a cool French couple from Paris who I met on the tour so nice to not fly solo in my last night of this magnificent city but people so friendly so I'm sure I would have survived. Got home around 1am after dinner and in ...
... harbor ship from Sweden. This brought us to Caminita, the most colorful area of the city and heart of the tango. We were given time to wander the area while enjoying the street artists. From there we traveled onto the newest, most 'up and coming' area in the city - Puerto Madero. The majority of this area is new apartments, hotels, and restaurants. Most young professionals are moving to this area. This concluded the tour.