Posada San Isidro
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... European flavor. Among sports enthusiasts, Boca is best known for being the home of world renowned football ("soccer") club Boca Juniors. The buildings are brilliantly colored, and the nightlife is colorful too.
We did a little shopping. Some bought art. Some bought Roda Chrosite (a pink semi-precious gemstone). All enjoyed the experience.
At this point, we had two options:
1. Return to the hotel and rest up for the evening activities
Yes, a rather unexpected map pin because i didnīt even want to go to Buenos Aires. Why would i when it is north, and quite a bit north of where i needed to be? I was in Bariloche on purpose because i could catch a short 1hr flight (theory) south to El Calafate, which is in Patagonia proper and then begin my Patagonia tour.
Again the weather didnīt help but i donīt blame the airline for that. I do however blame them for the sheer lack of #$%&ing competence in handling ...
... we squeezed in one or two too many people in one taxi) we noticed that we actually forgot one of our new made friends at the night club. It was so ridiculous that we just started laughing and we wouldn't stop until we went to bed.
Even though it isn't funny at all and I would be very upset and angry, we still were laughing the next day.
By the way our friend made it safe to the hostel.
As much as I enjoyed that ...
... the time we had to pedal like maniacs back to the rental store before closing. In doing so we managed to get very very lost, and find ourselves on a hectic city dual carriageway but we did make it.. Just. Buenos Aires held us for longer than planned, we enjoyed the nightlife, people and food way too much to leave when planned! It's a beautiful city with such a variety of districts, all with a unique atmosphere and plenty to make one want to ...
... located. We turn again and head toward Porto Madero, an expensive neighborhood in the city. Fifty-two floors of high-rise apartments can be seen through the fogged coach windows. Yes, the rain continues to pound us as we drive through the city. We turn once again and Valeria points out the Casa Rosada, the pink palace where Eva Peron made her impassioned speeches on the balcony. Valeria tells us the building was painted pink to appease the two ...