Howard Johnson Plaza Florida Street
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... His paintings depict horrific abuse of women and abduction of children, presented in a disturbing and vivid style. The pieces were made during the years 1976 and 1983 and are therefore a protest and presentation of what atrocities the military regime of that period committed.
A stone throw away from Evita Palacio Ferreyra is Museo Emilia Caraffa. Upon arrival it was closed, though. A sign informed us it would open at eight, and with a special event, as it were: The ...
... and tourists.
Our last day in BA was a really market day. First we went to the colourful neighbourhood of
Boca. Here we could see the local tourist market where you could buy
all kind of art. As many artists are attracted to this neighbourhood.
Also the famous Argentina Tango was shown a lot. Of course the Boca JuniorsFootball Stadion was a Must See. Unfortunately Hans couldn't get ...
... until midday) and other like minded people sitting drinking coffee. When we talk to the locals they all know us New Zealanders from the All Blacks which is really cool. San Telmo has fascinating markets with the most amazing antiques, could have shipped home heaps but need to keep the holiday about the hoilday not shopping :(.
After that we caught another taxi to take us to the real shopping area of Buenos Aires 'Florida Street', this is a no car zone and ...
... amazing at night. We also walked along the river and stopped to admire the Puente de la mujer (women’s bridge) on Puerto Madero, which also looked incredible at night.
We then made our way to a restaurant for some late night Argentine BBQ (minus the salad of course). It's the South American way. Finally after a freezing evening made our way home on the bus. Finally a day worth semi writing about in ...
... 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 ...