Urban Suites Recoleta Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our 2nd 20 hour bus journey then took us to Salta in north Argentina, here we mainly just chilled out and we saw the 7 coloured mountains which lead us to the real gem (after another 10 hour journey and crossing the border).... Bolivia!!
Una's favourite country thus far! The poorest country in South America but by far the cheapest for travellers, hosting some of the politest people and the coolest things to do!!
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... was right outside the cemetery, afterwards we decided to head over since we didn't have a chance the day before to enter. We got in and walked around and were amazed by the statues and pieces of art surrounding this cemetery. It was literally like nothing I had ever seen before. We walked around and just admired all the culture and art that there was here. Afterwards, we headed back to the apt. As we got back, the rain cleared up a bit... so we changed and decided to do what girls ...
... accommodation, transportation and denero. As long as I have somewhere to stay, a way to get there and a plan A - C method for paying for things, I'm right as rain. In this case, I had already contacted Hostel Estoril and asked them if I could store my luggage in their hostel for the 12 hours I planned to wander around Buenos Aires. As I had already made a booking with them for the following Sunday (after I returned from Santiago del Estero), they agreed this service ...
... swinging around wooden mallets later in the afternoon), we went to watch a real polo match and be introduced to some of the polo horses. Luckily, all the horses were in great shape and really well taken care of (Peter would have had a word otherwise). The owner Reuben was great fun and is a professional polo player. He owns a couple of ranches and over 100 polo horses (totally minted). The match was so much faster that we had anticipated! Horses never stop moving, mallets ...
... Strike two. We apparently needed either a rechargeable transportation card, or coins (moneda); neither stacks of bills, pesos nor US greenback, impressed the driver. We figured we were out of luck until a friendly lady stepped up and paid for us with her card, we just owed her a whopping ten pesos or $1 US. We profusely thanked this Porteņo (citizen of the port city of Buenos Aires) and while Noa and I found some seats together in the front, the boys stood in the back. While watching ...