Urban Suites Recoleta Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Food! Glorious Food! We had one night on our own in Krakow, after the tour ended, and aftèr a late afternoon wandering a gallery of 19th century Polish art and listening to the fireman of the day blow his bugle to announce the time from the central square (every hour on the hour, for 24 hours, and you think you have a long working shift), we hit the Jewish quarter in a tired stupor, and guess what? KRAKOW IS THE NEW PRAGUE!!! We finally ...
... half of the belgium korea game in a cafe we went to, before we picked up our stuff and went to the airport. We maybe got a bit of bad karma after refusing to pay for the taxis return trip to town, but our plane was delayed. The time of the delay was unknown, and when we started getting fed piecemeal information, we realised the plane wasnt actually leaving until 3pm tomorrow.
Being early to the airport was a blessing as we were first to ...
... of the late 1970s, but other notable protest banners covered topics as broad as Peronism, women's rights, "liberty" (specific grievances not specified) and the perceived evils of GM foods, and Monsanto in particular. Truly a diverse bunch, with colourful banners, some artistic graffiti and admirable stamina and patience.
... restored. Since the weather forecast was for rain, we spent many hours in there, buying summer pijamas and other summer stuff we needed. The mall had lots of nice clothing stores and it was very busy, since the malls are the only stores that open on Sundays. As we were going out to take a taxi home, we noticed "Carlos Gardel’s corner " with a statue of this famous tango singer. Unfortunately, John and I ...
... hostel halfway between Recoleta and Palermo. I wish I'd stayed here the whole time. Close to amazing parks, restaurants, bars and shopping it had a fun bohemian feel to it. In San Telmo a must visit is El Zanjon (http://www.elzanjon.com.ar/m/en/index. php). A beautifully restored house that the owner had discovered underground tunnels and had archeologist find artefacts from the 16th century. I had an interesting conversation in ...