Hotel del Sol
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from La Plata
... ship metal and of course the atmosphere of soulful music. After reconsidering our path of no return to get off at Constitution Station. A travel magazine recommendation (I suspect he had never actually been there) for a leisurely stroll through the near by historical port side neighbourhood...and walking quickly (very quickly) down the less...cobbled pathways of a forgotten paris...and more...broken cement pavers trickled with layers of archeological worthy dog droppings. ...
... where instead of having pot plants on your balcony you have "pot plants". Walking past people blazing up. Shaun's nose is pointing up, sniffing the air like a dog. Keen for a drag. Shaun is on a mission. People start talking to us cause they know we're outsiders. They say "where are you from" we say "Australia". Then Shaun pokes his head in the convo and says "do you have weed"? Having lunch at a bunch of tables out the front of Maccas. People sitting all around ...
... in to hotel for start of Patagonia tour but had got wrong date and didn't start until following day, ooops. Was looking forward to not have to think for myself, plan, etc but might have stopped paying attention a bit too early and it is hard to keep track of dates when you are travelling but just as well I did it that way round. Booked myself into a different hostel which had a better vibe but got accosted by an overly friendly Brazilian guy in the ...
... nice. She´ seems to have a bit of a moustache problem though.
At the moment Di is re-arranging the luggage. We leave our cases with the hotel and have only been taking what we´ve needed for the trips. Despite its name you don´t want to take fleeces to Chile. Ho Ho.
Its 18;30 so off to the Beer Shop for a pint of Beagle (the cerveza from Patagonia) and then to hunt down a restaurant.
Will blog from Chile mañana.
... in the converted original old houses. The old town area is only a few blocks so we easily covered it twice, had lunch, revisited a few places, and a coffee stop all at a very relaxed pace by the time we were ready to be picked up.
Back in Buenos Aires we rushed back to the hotel to change & be ready for our Tango lesson, dinner & show. The Tango lessons were actually a lot of fun. We were instructed on the basic moves by two ...