TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Scala La Falda
It was a great time the quality was great to and loved the food.
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... at. Only me and the Dutch guys were drinking that night. We polish off a bottle of vodka as pre drinks. No one picks up any woman. There are mostly only men at the bars. It was like a complete opposite to the night before. We were very disappointed, but still had a good laugh. I was teaching a homeless dog, out the front of the bar how to shake hands. At the end of the night we got XXXL pancho hot dogs. There's a photo of me in manjina position holding the hot dog as my ...
... one: Alta Gracia Our second day we decide to do a day trip to Alta Gracia to visit both one of the famous estancias (effectively large working ranches) and the Che museum (which was his childhood home - well for a couple of years anyway. The best part of the plan is it does not involve an early start, given our slightly late night and we don't get on our way until after 11. It takes about 40 minutes to get there once we get to the minibus terminal ...
... 7pm. By the time we got back to the hostel I was pooped and didnt really feel like going out. But Alex persisted and I eventually folded and decided to go. What better way to learn and see Córdoba than with people who are from there? Although I was tired, Im glad I did. They took us to a night market. Why o why doesnt Vancouver have more of these??
After that we went to a little restaurant. Apparently they have the best empanadas. So I tried all 3 carne ones. A salty one, ...
... to the house everyone was bustling about and setting the table for dinner. In Argentina, dinner never starts before 9. And when you are living with a group of students you might not start until 11 or even 11:30. But it was really nice because we all ate dinner together like a family. After dinner every night a few guitars and occasionally some drums would be broken out for a jam session while the more musically challenged(aka me.) played cards or just ...
On arriving at Buenos Aires, initially neither of us were particularly overwhelmed with the city; possibly partially to do with the area surrounding the bus terminal being quite run down. However, we found that with each day we grew to like BA more and more. We stayed for four nights in the Palermo district, which had been recommended to us by a number of friends and other travellers we'd met along the way. It was a very nice and relatively quiet base for us ...
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