Hotel del Casco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... jumped in the cab and were finally on our way. We were pretty excited by this place as we finally managed to book a place that had a pool, a gym and it just looked beautiful so we were starting to get optimistic. The cab driver dropped us at the front with these beautiful flags and pillars and the works and we started to get even more excited!! The desk lady again barley spoke English and she smiled and gave us our keys. We were in room 801 so we jumped in the tinsy ...
... also the Camita. We enjoyed a stadium tour learning about the fanatical fans. When some supporters pass away, their ashes are thrown over the field. This is not allowed but still happens. After the tour we walked through the colourful house and market stalls of Camita. We then headed back to the other side of town to visit the amazing Recoletta cemetery seeing the most iconic political figure Eva Peron's (Evita) grave. We then wondered through the mall before grabbing an ...
... out but in one piece, and they even gave us a lift to the ferry terminal to make up for the trouble. Good thing our car broke down in Montevideo and now somewhere out in the middle of nowhere...
Arriving in Buenos Aires that night, we grabbed a cab to our very cool rental, a loft in a Spanish colonial style building in the San Telmo neighborhood. With decent night life, colonial style architecture, a central square where you can always catch some Tango dancing and ...
... himself – quite the honour. While Lauren settled for custom made boots made by the same people that fit out the national polo team. Our shoe and boot makers were located in Palermo Hollywood, so we took advantage of one last parrilla lunch at Las Cabras.
Having returned to stay in San Temlo for the last week, we were enjoying staying in a funky little converted colonial townhouse in a nicer street. Having ticked off ...
... that the blue and yellow colours for this team were selected when it was decided that the colours of the flag of the 'next' ship to arrive would be used as the team colours. The next ship to arrive in this port was from Sweden, hence the blue and gold colours. La Boca was situated at the mouth of the River and for a long time was the main port into Buenos Aires. The area attracted the poor Spanish and Italian migrants in the mid 1800s, who worked in the ...