562 Nogaro Buenos Aires
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... also the cathedral, national bank and the original town hall, the Cabildo are a few of the key landmarks here. Today we have wandered round the port which has as all docklands across the world been developed into a modern marina with shops and restaurants, even venetian gondolas with appropriately attired gondoliers are there to hire, which seems a little out of place here! Tomorrow we are taking the bus round the city and then on Monday we travel on to Trelew and ...
... 5 minutes and stopped at the traffic lights that Alison noticed the same guy from the station next to us. He was acting a little dodgy and when we took a while to cross the road, he stood back and didn't cross until we had. Alison noticed this and she told me to stop and cross to the other side of the road. We let him walk by and after a while he turned to look back. It could have all been innocent but well done Alison! After our escape from death, we ...
... Hernan waiting just outside the gate and apologized profusely about the delay. We didn't think that it would have been delayed for such a long time and neither did he. Retiro bus terminal is situated in the city centre, not far from the harbor. However, considering the size of the city centre, they usually refer to the more touristic city centre as the micro city centre, mainly concentrated around the Plaza de Mayo. Although possible to walk to ...
... the Brazilian and Argentinian side.
Following the falls we had a look at the best way to get Chile, our conclusion being a 28.5 hour bus journey to Salta followed by a further 12 hour bus journey to San Pedro de Atacama. Although this is most peoples worst nightmare, we embraced it and it turned out to be a great experience (lies). The dubbed Spanish films followed by 80's music and 'Bus Bingo' really helped to hurry the journey.
... know who you are! With it's European influence, the city has been referred to as the 'Paris of South America' and it's just gorgeous. Stepping out from the speedy tube or "subte" in the metropolis, we span around with our mouths and eyes wide. We've collectively been to a fair few European cities, but neither of us could think of one comparable. Tree lined wide streets (oh, the widest in the world), mary poppins-esque lamp posts, park upon nature reserve upon garden of ...