562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Whilst inside I used the free wifi to message Patrick who I'd met in Salta. To my surprise he was online and out an about with his girlfriend Flor and asked if I wanted to meet them at the new Kirchner Cultural Centre. Until only a few months ago this was the old post office. They must have spent an absolute motsa renovating this builidng whilst still maintaining its original charm. Inside all the exhibits are free and you could spend an entire day here ...
We did the Tango show in 5 star luxury! A driver took us to Esquina in San Telmo and we were surprised to find it was more a theater than a restaurant. We sat in the balcony overlooking the crowd below with a great view of the stage. It was all done in a very classy way the meal was refined, the service impeccable and the show very professional. Learnt a bit about the Tango ...
... into a black box theatre with a really high ceiling with standing room only. It started with 5 people on stage singing and playing drums and then a mobile elevated treadmill stage came through the middle of the crowd with a scene with a man. Then there were aerialists running along the side walls and essentially a clear trampoline with water that descended from the ceiling with women "dancing/moving through the water" down until you could touch the bottom ...
As soon as we crossed the lake from Colonia de Sacramento, we could sense the World Cup had started and it was only half time during the Brazil vs Bosnia game. It was raining when we docked and judging from the small map on my phone, I knew it would only be a short walk to our hostel. Cheerfully we snapped open our umbrellas and headed out on to the bustling streets of Buenos Aires, the Paris of the south, much to the confusion of the taxi drivers. All along the ...
... serif; line-height: normal;">We also tripped down the main avenue from Plaza de Mayo to see the famous Obelisko (a monument that has the sole function of being a traffic island, but a grand one), and the Teatro Colon, Argentina's most famous and alluring theatre. After that, we tried the Gallerias Pacifico, a posh shopping mall nearby, but with the added attraction of housing a modern art collection, funded by an independent charitable trust. The collection is ...