562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member Reviews562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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... In 1860 they got their independence from Spain: by the 1930's the wealth had stopped and they were gripped by the depression. Argentina has been plagued by unrest with civil wars and dictatorships, the latest in 1970 when hundreds were killed and the Falklands war. They have become a democracy since 1980 and the country has moved forward again.
The two things we see pushed for the tourist are the Tango and Evita Peron. ...
... of How I Met Your Mother that we have been waiting for. They also had the Mrs Brown Christmas Specials, which had David laughing out loud and crying. Hopefully everyone else had their earphones in and didn't just hear his lone laughter in the plane.
Late in the evening we were served a Snack Box before the lights were put out for the night. David napped on and off, but because Maria can't sleep on a plane she kept herself amused with quite a few ...
... watched some tango, and then ate more than our body weight in ham, olives and cheese! Yum! It was our last day before heading to Mendoza, so we definitely had an awesome lasting impression of BA. There's so many other barrios we wondered to like San Telmo or Recoleta where we went a few times for dinner or during our various walks around but I thought I'd give you a few highlights.
There's also so much to do in BA. I could have easily spent months ...
... have the space. One day I'll invest in my own dance hall to practice all these dance moves I can't do in public. Well I could try, but I don't know how busting out tango moves at a glitch party would go down! I only have another 24 hours left of Buenos Aires before I start my tour to Bolivia. I know the tour will be amazing but it still makes me a little sad. I've fallen in love with this ...
... a free balcony and stand in the wind and the damp, and look at the grey sky and breathe in deeply. It's so nice to smell rain again. The receptionist came out and demanded crossly that I put on shoes and a coat, and I laughed, and told him this is a good day in England. We may not be as stylish as the French, or as charming as the Latinos, but we're definitely a hardier breed. Endurance is our forte. Talking of enduring, there is a little progress ...