562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member Reviews562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
when they finish the building works
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... she told me and I gave up. Later I'd find out that it was because, duh Jess you idiot, she never said it was a bakery, it was the hotel you tried to bum wifi off of during your search. Lol. So we headed toward Retiro, the bus and train station, to buy my ticket to Brazil and Goose's ticket to Córdoba. On the way, I still wanted to go to a bakery and we finally found one and I got this amazing chocolate and dulce de Leche goodness. Goose found a Mediterranean stand ...
... though it was early in the morning, the airport was really busy. I don't understand how come Toronto Pearson takes at least 45 minutes where places such as Buenos Aires, which is also busy, can have me walking out of the airport in 15 minutes. There was a bank open at the airport, even though it was about 4:30 am by this time so I changed money. I walked over to the other terminal to check in and then went back to find some food. I also discovered there ...
... the graves and crypts were open. It was a very interesting experience though and from the size of some of the graves there was definitely some money spent by some of the occupants! Later on in the day we walked back to the hostel and cooked a meal with Emily and Sam and tucked into our latest bargain, a 1 litre bottle of beer for 12.90 Argentinian pesos which is about ...
... Breakfast was bread, dulce de leche (thick, creamy, melty, gooey caramel), and coffee. Turns out Argentinians are very similar to Spaniards - both speak crazy castellano spanish, have a five hour siesta in the middle of the day, eat dinky breakfasts, lunch at 2, snack at 6, and dinner at 10. That schedule definitely takes some getting used to. After eating, Agustina and her good friend Belen took us on a tour of the area. We ...
... thing about Argentine cooking is the national dish, an asado (an Argentine barbecue). As the weather is good most days, there is an asado practically every week and each one is considered a social event. And before you think "ooh chicken kebabs!!" no thatīs not what an asado is about! Here is where vegetarians must look away. Served at these social event is of course mainly beef, but all cuts are given such as Bife de Lomo which ...