Howard Johnson Hotel San Pedro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Our flight from Iguazu arrived in BA around lunchtime and we checked into the incredibly dated but very cheap Hotel Victoria in the heart of San Telmo. We fell in love with BA when we were first here at the beginning of our trip and couldn't wait to get stuck into exploring and sampling the delights that it has to offer. We were also incredibly lucky to have met Annie earlier in our trip who was able to give us inside knowledge of the best places to go that ...
Ok, I know the plan was to chill….but I just can’t sit still when I’m in a pretty cool city. I decided to partake in a walking tour of the city. I have done this before, but it has been a few years since I was here…and the best part - it’s free!
I was reminded of some of the historical references and of course no country is without ...
... way back to the hotel. We then continued on to the other side of town to the San Talmo market. This was a huge street market that went on for blocks. There was everything from arts and crafts to clothing to antiques. There were also some street performers including tango dancers. This market happens every Sunday. After the market, we needed to exchange some money. We went to Florida street where we heard was the best place to go. As ...
... famous people such as Maria Eva Duarte de Peron (Evita) and ex-president Domingo Sarmiento. It was actually very interesting seeing the elaborate tombs and I am posting some pictures in this blog. Afterwards, we watched the tango demonstration once again and then went for medialunas and tea as it was around noon. After walking back to the hotel we began getting organized for our plane trip to Posadas ...
... that I didn't eat breakfast there even once on this cruise! True to form, I snarfed down my coffee, scrambled eggs and English muffin, then headed for the lounge, the origin of all group activities. My bus departed only 5 minutes late (Oceania passengers are very considerate and punctual, even me), and we said goodbye to our home of the last 11 days, the lovely Marina.
Though some of us had seen parts of the city on tours the ...