Urban Suites Recoleta Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We've made it to our cruise ship, having left our fantastic apartment with its magnificent high-altitude views of the city. We used every minute of the more than three hours we had available before vacating the apartment packing and getting ready to leave.
We've made several trips to Bs.As. over the years and seen most of the "must do" tourist sites. On this trip we walked about and explored our neighborhood, but as residents of a ...
... they try to get you to sign up to some more courses, but there is no danger of that as we leave BA tomorrow. Lesson was good actually. We learn some basics. The funniest word we learn is how the USA is called in Spanish – EEUU, pronounced [ee ee uu] and that German is pronounced Herman. It is a name, it does not mean German at all. German is Aliman.
Rest of the day we are chilling, catching up with blog and researching, which steak restaurant to go to in ...
... back to bed we should go and make the most of the free breakfast, so we went down for this and ended up getting back into bed to wait for Shona at 10. She arrived soon after and we all excitedly got ready and headed out to wander the city. We found a park to sit in and catch up and then had amazing empanadas by the river for lunch. Suddenly our major lack of sleep hit us all so we went home for a ...
... After taking our fill of Chinatown, we were back on the bus: next stop Recoletta. In recolette we visited the Recoletta cemetry. The city's only public cemetery - its considered one of the largest necropolises. It was certainly a sight - a morbid one at that. The cemetery was divided into streets. And each grave had I guess its own little "plot". A shrine/religous/house/crypt looking structure. All were varied degrees of amazing. They did tours here - ...
... s amazing how large Buenos Aires is, and how different the Capital and the other provinces are. I had my own tour guide, a friend I met on my travels. It was cool to experience life like a real Argentinian.
For my last night, I had to do something touristy that I hadn't seen yet. A tango show. I found a place that does a lesson, a dinner, and then a show! It was located in an old theater ...