562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TravelPod Member Reviews562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
when they finish the building works
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... highlight for me was the Teatro Colon, a nineteenth century theatre with perfect acoustics. The inside of the theatre is beautiful, with lots of Italian an French influences. It went through three architects during building (as two died) so you can sort of see where one guy's ideas end and the next guy takes over, but instead of this seeming disjointed it ends up being a really vibrant fusion of design. Loads of Italian marble and real gold involved in the construction, as well ...
... with imported red bricks) which, until the Falklands War, was called the English Tower, the grand cemetery where Evita is buried, the Presidential palace and central plaza and then back to San Telmo.
First Tango in Buenos Aires
When in Rome... learn the Tango. We had two lessons - 3 hours in all - and learned seven or eight fundamental steps of this dance that originates from Boca. Like most things, it looks a lot easier than it is but it was great ...
... authorities had located a hidden stash of fireworks and explosives in the grandstands and subsequently cancelled 8,000 tickets for security reasons. The risk to tourists was apparently too great so we were forced to sacrifice the tickets and miss the game. As finals were upon us this was the last opportunity we had to see a game. We were all pretty disappointed so we headed down to a bar to drink away our sorrows and watch the ...
... Av. de Mayo, saw where Evita sang her famous song (don't think that did actually happen - really need to do more reading on this!). We walked all the way up to the Plaza Congresso, then all the way along Av. Callao to Cementerio de la Recoleta to see Evita's (and many other's) tombs and also visit the national art gallery (think that's what it was). Have to say, some of the art was good and even for a complete novice like myself, there were a few artists i had heard ...
... Wish I'd seen THAT! Soon, soon... Oh, and there were horse and carriage rides and I told everyone how I want a date with that included haha. They were really pretty ones too. Sarah, Katie, Morgan and I headed to the rural farmer market place which turned out to be more like a fair. It had a bunch of horses in their stalls, out on display, a horse show (that we didn't get to see despite our efforts), ponies for the kids, chickens, chinchillas, roosters, and bunnies in cages, chicks ...