Urban Suites Recoleta Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another morning in an airport. When we arrived in Buenos Aires we had the afternoon to ourselves. The hotel, The Palace Alvear, is in the Recoleta district which is very upmarket. Owen and I found a cafe and ordered what we thought would be a steak sandwich. It was of sorts but being a city thriving on beef we should have expected ...
... was returned to Argentina and finally got laid to rest in Recoleta Cemetery she was buried more than 8meters deep in a vault that can withhold a nuclear attack, all in order to prevent her body from being stolen again.
Just like any big, capital city, Buenos aires has a main shopping street and Florida street was no different than Oxford Street in London. It was lined with high street shops, newsagents and touts selling tours to the hundreds of passing ...
... terminal - not happy! After walking the entire length of the airport from domestics to international, we still found no one and on asking again, were told to go inside the baggage hall (through the ‘no entry’ doors) to the kiosk. We were getting a bit irked by now and when the girl seemed disinterested in our plight, voices began to rise. She quickly got on the radio to the previous guy and arranged for the driver to come and meet us where we stood – she slunk ...
... with these huge elaborate mausoleums, the land costs at least 100 grand to buy then you have to pay rent every year, seems kinda pointless to me but some of the mausoleums were pretty impressive. We also had some of the best ice cream in Buenos Aires, saw the most expensive hotel in the world (rooms start at 6000 dollars a night) and the embassy for the Vatican city, Congress etc. Then yesterday we booked a walking tour of la boca, the traditional working class ...
... bottle of white wine during the mean and before our lesson, but it must have worked cause I remembered the steps. The tango show were watched after our lesson was excellent. Tomorrow is our free day in Buenos Aires and there's a variety of things to do. Some people are planning to go across the river to Uraguay, some are venturing off shopping and exploring, whilst 5 of us are heading out of town for the day and learning all about polo. Today is Polo day. We ...